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" Her ideas, from the manner of her life, and the objects around her, had taken a romantic turn; and, supposing romances were real pictures of life, from them she drew all her notions and expectations. By them she was taught to believe, that love was the... "
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. In Two Volumes. ...

Charlotte Lennox - 1752
...Romances were real Pictures of Life, from them the drew all her Notions and Expectations. By them fhe was taught to believe, that Love was the ruling Principle of the World ; that every other Paffion was fubordinate to this ; and that it caufed all the Happinefs and Miferies of Life. Her Glafs,...
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The Female Quixote: The Adventures of Arabella...

Charlotte Lennox - 1752
...Romances were real Pictures of Life,, from them fhe drew all her Notions and Expectations. By them fhe was taught to believe, that Love was the ruling Principle of the World ; that every other Paffion was fubordinate to this ; and that it caufed all the Happinefs and Mifcries of Life. Her Glafs,...
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The Female Quixote, Or, The Adventures of Arabella: In Two Volumes, Volumen1

Charlotte Lennox - 1752
...Romances were real Pictures of Life, from them fhe drew all her Notions and Expectations. By them fhe was taught to believe, that Love was* the ruling Principle of the World; that every ether Paffion was fubordinate to this; and that it caufed all the Happinefs and Miferies ui Life. Her...
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The Novelist's Magazine, Volumen12

1783
...romances were real piilures of life, from them the drew all her notions' andt expectations. By them Ihe was taught to believe, that love was the ruling principle of the world ; that every other paffion was lubordinate to this ; and that it cauled all the happinefs and miIcrifa of life. Htr glals,...
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Les héros de roman: dialogue de Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux

Nicolas Boileau Despréaux - 1902 - 282 páginas
...romance, and what was still more unfortunate, not in the original French, but very bad translations. Her ideas, from the manner of her life, and the objects...to this; and that it caused all the happiness and unhappiness of life." 1 There is a convenient edition in Mrs. Barbauld's British Novelists, London,...
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Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind: Disguising Romances in Feminine ...

Mary Anne Schofield - 1990 - 217 páginas
...country. Time is telescoped, and soon the reader is introduced to his teenaged daughter, Arabella, who "supposing Romances were real Pictures of Life, from them she drew all her Notions and Expectations" (7). By them she was taught to believe, that "Love was the ruling Principle of the World; that even'...
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Food and Love: A Cultural History of East and West

Jack Goody - 1998 - 305 páginas
...Charlotte Lennox, herself a novelist, observed in The Female Quixote (1750 [1989]: 7): 'By them [Romances] she was taught to believe, that love was the ruling...principle of the World; that every other Passion was subordinated to this; and that it caused all the Happiness and Miseries of Life.' In the nineteenth...
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