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" Her glass, which she often consulted, always showed her a form so extremely lovely, that, not finding herself engaged in such adventures as were common to the heroines in the romances she read, she often complained of the insensibility of mankind, upon... "
The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical and Critical - Página 6
1820
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The female Quixote; or, The adventures of Arabella, Volumen1

Charlotte Lennox - 1820
...for reading, which extremely delighted the B3 marquis : he permitted her, therefore, the use of his library, in which, unfortunately for her, were great...she desired ; but she could not comprehend- how any soJilnde could bi> obscure enough to conceal it beauU like hers from notice : and thought the reputation...
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The Courtship Novel, 1740-1820: A Feminized Genre

Katherine Sobba Green - 1991 - 184 páginas
...immasculation (Fetterley's term for reading as a male): "Her Glass, which she often consulted, always shewed her a Form so extremely lovely, that, not finding...whom her Charms seemed to have so little Influence." 16 Arabella's narcissism is not, as Eagleton suggests for Clarissa, a complete separation from the...
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Don Quixote in England: The Aesthetics of Laughter

Ronald Paulson - 1998 - 242 páginas
...who has read the romances, and knows the etiquette of romance, she "often consulted" her mirror and, "not finding herself engaged in such Adventures as...whom her Charms seemed to have so little Influence" (7). Who then assumes the emptied Dulcinea position? Arabella is both Quixote and Dulcinea— the roles...
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Jane Austen and the Morality of Conversation

Bharat Tandon - 2003 - 303 páginas
...that it caused all the Happiness and Miseries of Life. Her Glass, which she often consulted, shewed her a Form so extremely lovely that, not finding herself...whom her Charms seemed to have so little Influence. 61 Although the suddenness with which Arabella resigns herself to the nonfictional world and her subordinate...
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