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" I believe there is no country, on the face of the earth, where there is less freedom of opinion on any subject in reference to which there is a broad difference of opinion than in this There !— I write the words with reluctance, disappointment, and... "
charles dickens a critical study - Page 140
by g. k. chesterton - 1906
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The life of Charles Dickens, Volume 1

John Forster - 1900
...copyright question. camion u < i believe there is no country, on the face of the earth, where America * ' ' there is less freedom of opinion on any subject in reference to NEW YORK : ' which there is a broad difference of opinion, than in this. . . ' There ! — I write...
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Life of Charles Dickens

Frank T. (Frank Thomas) Marzials - Biography & Autobiography - 2011 - 188 pages
...I proceed to my third head : the international copyright question. " I believe there is no country, on the face of the earth, where there is less freedom...sorrow; but I believe it from the bottom of my soul. I spoke, as you know, of international copyright, at Boston ; and I spoke of it again at Hartford....
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ...

Chambers's journal - 1872
...question. In 1842, he writes to his biographer from New York, as follows : ' I believe there is no country on the face of the earth where there is less freedom...sorrow ; but I believe it from the bottom of my soul. I spoke, as you know, of international copyright at Boston ; and I spoke of it again at Hartford. My...
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Remarkable, Unspeakable New York

Shaun O'Connell - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 396 pages
...view or interest beyond their own, wrote to a friend in England, "I believe that there is no country, on the face of the earth, where there is less freedom...opinion on any subject in reference to which there is broad difference of opinion than in this."31 Thus Dickens's New York was at once too open in its actions,...
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The American Enemy: The History of French Anti-Americanism

Philippe Roger - History - 2005 - 518 pages
...priority over democracy. Tocqueville & Co.: "A Sugar-Coated America" "I believe there is no country, on the face of the earth, where there is less freedom...which there is a broad difference of opinion, than in this"—America, of course. A rough draft from Tocqueville? No, a letter by Dickens. 54 The novelist...
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The Cambridge History of American Literature: Volume 5, Poetry and Criticism ...

Sacvan Bercovitch, Cyrus R. K. Patell - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 636 pages
...critic and historian John Forster, February 24, 1842, shared this view: "I believe there is no country, on the face of the earth, where there is less freedom...there is a broad difference of opinion, than in this." Emerson (1803—82), in "Nominalist and Realist" (Essays, Second Series, 1844), was at times not much...
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The American Enemy: The History of French Anti-Americanism

Philippe Roger - History - 2005 - 518 pages
...priority over democracy. Tocqueville & Co.: "A Sugar-Coated America" "I believe there is no country, on the face of the earth, where there is less freedom...which there is a broad difference of opinion, than in this"—America, of course. A rough draft from Tocqueville? No, a letter by Dickens. 54 The novelist...
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A Half-century of Greatness: The Creative Imagination of Europe, 1848-1884

Frederic Ewen - History - 2007 - 571 pages
...attacked in the press and in anonymous letters. And he wrote bitterly, I believe there is no country, on the face of the earth, where there is less freedom...there is a broad difference of opinion than in this ... I write the words with reluctance, disappointment, and sorrow . . .23 His travels in the American...
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The American Enemy: The History of French Anti-Americanism

Philippe Roger - History - 2006 - 536 pages
...79-80. 53. Andre Maurois, En Amerique (Paris: Flammarion, 1933), 93-94. 54. The passage concludes: " — There! — I write the words with reluctance, disappointment...sorrow; but I believe it from the bottom of my soul." Letter to John Forster, February 24, 1842, in The Letters of Charles Dickens, ed. M. House, G. Storey,...
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