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He exploited this discovery in The Citizen of the World, and in his later fictionalization of his own travels, The Vicar of Wakefield (1766). ...
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Oliver Goldsmith's The Citizen of the World. A Study by
Oliver Goldsmith's The Citizen of the World. A Study by. HAMILTON JEWETT SMITH. Yale Studies in English LXXI. New Haven: Yale University Press; ...
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JSTOR: Oliver Goldsmith's The Citizen of the World.
Oliver Goldsmith's The Citizen of the World. By HAMILTON JEWETT SMITH. (Yale Studies in English, LXXI), New Haven: Yale University Press, 1926. Pp. 175. ...
The Citizen of the World (essays by Goldsmith) -- Britannica ...
These essays were first published in the journal The Public Ledger and were collected as The Citizen of the World in 1762. The same year brought his Life of ...
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§13. Contributions to "The British Magazine" and "The Public ...
Contributions to The British Magazine and The Public Ledger, the Chinese Letters (reprinted as The Citizen of the World). ...
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The Citizen of the World Citizen of the World, The (1762), a series of over 100 loosely-linked essays in letter form, written by Oliver Goldsmith.
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Literary Encyclopedia: The Citizen of the World
The Citizen of the World. Oliver Goldsmith (1762), Anthology Entries Biography · Contemporaries · List Works · Web resources. Domain: Literature. ...
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APPROPRIATION OF THE “OTHER”
This paper uses Oliver Goldsmith’s The Citizen of the World and W. ..... finds an echo in The Citizen of the World where the Chinese philosopher says: ...
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Oliver Goldsmith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1760, Goldsmith began to publish a series of letters in the Public Ledger under the title The Citizen of the World. Purportedly written by a Chinese ...
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Full Title: The Citizen of the World, or, Letters from a Chinese Philosopher residing in London to his friends in the East. By Oliver Goldsmith. Vol. 1. ...
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