Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle, Volume 4 (Google eBook)

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Page 147 - I LOVE thee, mournful, sober-suited Night ! When the faint moon, yet lingering in her wane, And veil'd in clouds, with pale uncertain light, Hangs o'er the waters of the restless main. In deep depression sunk, the enfeebled mind Will to the deaf cold elements complain, And tell the embosom'd grief, however vain, To sullen surges and the viewless wind. Tho...
Page 269 - FAR on the sands the low retiring tide In distant murmurs hardly seems to flow; And o'er the world of waters, blue and wide, The sighing summer wind forgets to blow.
Page 269 - Erase the written troubles of the brain," Which memory tortures, and which guilt alarms? Or bid a bosom transient quiet prove, That bleeds with vain remorse and unextinguish'd love!
Page 242 - Others have in their hufbands protectors and friends ; mine not only throws On me the burthen of affairs which he has himfelf embroiled, but adds to their weight by cruelty and opprcflion.
Page 242 - ... poverty, I think, I could have better borne. " I fhould have found in fome place of my foul A drop of patience." Thefe volumes contain fome few pieces of poetry, remarkable for their melancholy and plaintive air. Our Readers will be j>leafed, we think, with the following_/in»rf: But incTeflual attempts to ward it off by fuch degradation I can no longer fubmit to.—While Mr. Stafford, for whofe love I encountered it all, is not only unaffefted by the poignant mortifications which torture me,...
Page 254 - HOU fpeftre of terrific mien, Lord of the hopelefs heart and hollow eye, In whofe fierce train each form is feen That drives fick Reafon to infanity ! I woo thee with unufual prayer, " Grim vifaged, comfortlefs Defpair :" Approach ; in me a willing victim find, Who feeks thine iron fway— and calls thee kind ! Ah ! hide for ever from my fight The faithlefs flatterer Hope— whofe pencil, gay, Portrays fome vifion of delight, Then bids...
Page 242 - ... law, exercifed by the mod contemptible of beings r, and have been forced to attempt fofcening the tradefman and the mechanic, and to fuffer every degree of humiliation which the infolence of fudden profperity, or the rnfenfible coolnefs of the determined money-dealer, could inflict. Actual poverty, I think, I could have better borne. " I fhould have found in fome place of my foul A drop of patience.

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Charlotte Smith
Charlotte Smith was a well-known poet as well as the author of many borderline gothic novels, most notably Emmeline: The Orphan of the Castle; Ethelinde, ...
omni.sytes.net/ smith.htm

Emmeline (extracts) by Charlotte Smith | The Literary Gothic
The following extracts from Emmeline: The Orphan of the Castle should give some sense of Smith's use of what would, in the years quickly following the ...
www.litgothic.com/ Texts/ emmeline.html

The Works of Charlotte Smith / Major Works / Pickering and Chatto ...
Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle (1788). Charlotte Smith’s first original fiction sets the pattern for the abiding concern of her later novels: how women ...
www.pickeringchatto.com/ major_works/ the_works_of_charlotte_smith

Deborah Kennedy, On _Gothic Feminism: The Professionalization of ...
The book begins with an analysis of Charlotte Smith's Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle, showing how its plot will be mirrored in so many subsequent works ...
www.rc.umd.edu/ reviews/ back/ hoeveler.html

CHARLOTTE SMITH-GGIII.html
To Emmeline, The Orphan of the Castle. [GGI: 0515]. ELLIS, Katherine. “Charlotte Smith’s Subversive Gothic.” [GGII: 0306]. FLETCHER, Loraine. ...
thesicklytaper.pagedepot.com/ SMITH.HTML

JSTOR: Northanger Abbey: Jane Austen and Charlotte Smith
The first, Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle, made a tremendously successful splash in 1788, captivating reviewers and public alike. ...
links.jstor.org/ sici?sici=0029-0564(197012)25%3A3%3C343%3ANAJAAC%3E2.0.CO%3B2-A

Amy Garnai, ed. and Charlotte Turner Smith - A Letter from ...
Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle (1788) and Celestina (1791). 17. Smith was always concerned about supplying fair copy in good time so that the compositor ...
muse.jhu.edu/ journals/ eighteenth_century_fiction/ v019/ 19.4garnai.html

Wwriters
Smith, Charlotte Emmeline, the orphan of the castle. Reception by, : *reader(s) (gender unknown). Gender, U. Title of reception document, Catalogus publieke ...
www.databasewomenwriters.nl/ reception.asp?receptionID=5297

The Cambridge History of English Literature, 1660–1780 - Cambridge ...
Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle (Smith), 233, 765. Empress of Morocco, The (Settle), 118, 130. Englands Helicon, 266–7. English history, rewriting of, ...
www.cambridge.org/ aus/ catalogue/ catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521781442& ss=ind

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... Times (1783-1785), de Sophia Lee, e Charlotte Smith, autora de Emmeline: The Orphan of the Castle (1788), também ajudaram a construir o romance gótico. ...
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