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" Task he had undertaken, terrified him so much, that he gave it over: Nevertheless, he was perfectly well acquainted with the chief Characters in most of the French Romances; could tell every thing that was borrowed from them, in all the new Novels that... "
The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical and Critical - Página 172
1820
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The Female Quixote, Or, The Adventures of Arabella: In Two Volumes, Volumen1

Charlotte Lennox - 1752
...all the new Novels that came out; and, being a very accurate Critic, and a mortal Hater of Dry den, ridiculed him for want of Invention, as it appeared by his having recourfe to thefe Books for th« moft fhining Characters and Incidents in his Piays. Almanzor, he would...
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The female Quixote; or, The adventures of Arabella, Volumen1

Charlotte Lennox - 1820
...novels that came out; and, being a very accurate critic, and a mortal hater of Dryden, ridiculed him fos want of invention, as it appeared by his having recourse to these books fur the most shining characters and incidents in his plays. Almanzor, he would say, was the copy of...
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The Female Quixote: Easyread Comfort Edition

Charlotte Lennox - 2006 - 332 páginas
...Behaviour, he discovered her peculiar Turn: He was well read in Romances himself, and had actually employed himself some Weeks in giving a new Version of the...Glanville, and her Brother: His admired Character of Melantha in Marriage a-la-mode, was drawn from Berissa in the Grand Cyrus; and the Story of Osmyn and...
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