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" Had you seen me I surely should have moved your pity. When alone in agonies would I lay down the book, take it up again, walk about the room, let fall a flood of tears, wipe my eyes, read again, perhaps not three lines, throw away the book, crying out:... "
The correspondence of Samuel Richardson ...: selected from the original ... - Page 240
by Samuel Richardson - 1804
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The Novels and Novelists of the Eighteenth Century: In Illustration of the ...

William Forsyth - England - 1871 - 339 pages
...the poor injured Clarissa, and am afraid I cannot help hating you, if you alter not your scheme." " When alone, in agonies would I lay down the book,...three lines, throw away the book, crying out, Excuse me, good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on ; it is your fault, you have done more than I can bear." "...
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The novels and novelists of the eighteenth century: in illustration of the ...

William Forsyth - Literary Criticism - 1871 - 339 pages
...the poor injured Clarissa, and am afraid I cannot help hating you, if you alter not your scheme." " "When alone, in agonies would I lay down the book,...three lines, throw away the book, crying out, Excuse me, good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on ; it is your fault, you have done more than I can bear." "...
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The Novels and Novelists

William Forsyth - 1871
...the poor injured Clarissa, and am afraid I cannot help hating you, if you alter not your scheme." " When alone, in agonies would I lay down the book,...three lines, throw away the book, crying out, Excuse me, good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on ; it is your fault, you have done more than I can bear." "A...
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The Novels and Novelists of the Eighteenth Century

William Forsyth - 1871
...the poor injured Clarissa, and am afraid I cannot help hating you, if you alter not your scheme." " When alone, in agonies would I lay down the book,...three lines, throw away the book, crying out, Excuse me, good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on ; it is your fault, you have done more than I can bear." "...
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A literary history of the English people from the renaissance to the civil ...

Jean Jules Jusserand - English literature - 1895
...Griselda, uses almost the same terms as Lady Bradshaigh, writing to Richardson about • Clarissa : " Had you seen me, I surely should have moved your |...lines — throw away the book, crying out ; ' Excuse me, good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on; it is your fault, you have done more than I can bear.' " 1...
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Res judicatae (1892). Essays about men, women, and books (1893)

Augustine Birrell - English literature - 1902
...still ' bursting though they cease not to flow at this ' moment, nor will I fear for some time. . . . Had ' you seen me I surely should have moved your...it up again, walk about the room, let fall a flood * The History of Clarissa Harlowe, in a Series of Letters, London, 1748. ' of tears, wipe my eyes,...
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Sir Joshua and His Circle, Volume 1

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Artists - 1906 - 639 pages
...oblige you I read your last three volumes. I expected to suffer, but not to that degree I have suffered. Had you seen me I surely should have moved your pity....let fall a flood of tears, wipe my eyes, read again, throw away the book crying out, ' Excuse me, good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on,' throw myself upon...
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Res Judicatæ: Papers and Essays

Augustine Birrell - English literature - 1908 - 308 pages
...still bursting 'though they cease not to flow at this 'moment, nor will I fear for some time. '. . . Had you seen me I surely should 'have moved your pity....lines, throw away the ' book, crying out : " Excuse me, good Mr. ' " Richardson, I cannot go on, it is your ' " fault, you have done more than I can '...
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Rewriting the Self: Histories from the Renaissance to the Present

Roy Porter - History - 1997 - 283 pages
...she told Richardson, in a letter of January 1749: I verily believe I have shed a pint of tears. . . . When alone in agonies would I lay down the Book, take...three Lines, throw away the Book crying out excuse me good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on. It is your Fault you have done more than I can bear. ... [I]...
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The Cambridge Companion to the Eighteenth-Century Novel

John Richetti - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 283 pages
...is still bursting, tho' they cease not to flow at this moment, nor will, I fear, for some rime ... in agonies would I lay down the book, take it up again,...three lines, throw away the book, crying out, excuse me, good Mr. Richardson, I cannot go on. (Barbauld, Correspondence, Iv: 140) Lady Bradshaigh's descriptions...
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