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" All the separate action of woman is, and ever has been, and always shall be, false, foolish, vain, destructive of her own best and holiest qualities... "
The Blithedale Romance - Page 14
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1852
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The North British Review, Volumes 20-21

Allan Freer - History - 1854
...pronouncing, " It is well done !" All the separate action of woman if. and ever has been, and always will be, false, foolish, vain, destructive of her own best...good effect and productive of intolerable mischiefs ! Wan is a wretch without woman; but woman is a monuter — and thank Heaven, an almost impossible...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 40

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1854
...heart, lest man should utterly lose faith in himself — the echo of God's own voice pronouncing l; It is well done ! " All the separate action of woman is, and ever has been, and always will be. false, foolish, vain, destructive of her own best and holiest qualities, void of every good...
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Lectures on Madness: In Its Medical, Legal, and Social Aspects

Edgar Sheppard - Mental illness - 1873 - 186 pages
...in her true place and character. Her place is at man's side. Her office, that of the sympathizer ; the unreserved, unquestioning believer ; the recognition,...of every good effect, and productive of intolerable mischief. Man is a wretch without woman ; but woman is a monster without man as her acknowledged principal...
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Hawthorne's Works: The scarlet letter and the Blithedale romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1875
...in her true place and character. Her place is at man's side. Her office, that of the sympathizer ; the unreserved, unquestioning believer ; the recognition,...; but woman is a monster — and, thank Heaven, an a most impossible and hitherto imaginary monster — without man as her acknowledged principal ! As...
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The Scarlet Letter: And The Blithedale Romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Adultery - 1883 - 600 pages
...place is at man's side. Her office, that of the sympathizer; the unreserved, unquestioning lx*liever; the recognition, withheld in every other manner, but...and holiest qualities, void of every good effect, tnd productive of intolerable mischiefs ! Man is a wretch without woman ; but woman is a monster —...
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The Complete Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne: With Portraits ..., Volume 8

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1900
...in himself; the echo of God's own voice, pronouncing, ' It is well done ! 'All thesepjarale__actic)n of woman is, and ever has been, and always shall be, false, Foolish, destructive. of her own best and holiest qualities, void of every good effect, and productive of intolerable...
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The Liberalism-communitarianism Debate: Liberty and Community Values

Cornelius F. Delaney - Philosophy - 1994 - 249 pages
...vanity and what is at bottom, his profound conventionality, emerge plainly in his unrepentant sexism: "All the separate action of woman is and ever has...is a wretch without woman; but woman is a monster — without man as her acknowledged principal" (139-40). Conventionality is too weak a description...
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Nineteenth-Century Literary Realism: Through the Looking Glass

Katherine Kearns - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 308 pages
...alloy, with which every masculine theologist ... has been prone to mingle it" (p. 121). At worst, she is "false, foolish, vain, destructive of her own best...good effect, and productive of intolerable mischiefs. ... an almost impossible and hitherto imaginary monster — without man as her acknowledged principal"...
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Los estudios ingleses. Situación actual y perspectivas de futuro

Francisco Fernández - English philology - 1999 - 406 pages
...place is at man's side. Her office, that of the Sympathizer; the unreserved, unquestioning Believer.. .All the separate action of woman is, and ever has...is a wretch without woman, but woman is a monster.. .without man, as her acknowledged principal! As true as I had once a mother, whom I loved.. .if there...
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Hawthorne and Women: Engendering and Expanding the Hawthorne Tradition

John L. Idol, Melinda M. Ponder - Literary Collections - 1999 - 323 pages
...ings worths denigration of the struggle of women for equality— Her place is at man's side. . . . All the separate action of woman is, and ever has...good effect, and productive of intolerable mischiefs! (CE\, 122) —revealed her antifeminist stance by asserting that Hawthorne played into the hands of...
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