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" Waverley: a Tale of other Days," must not every novel-reader have anticipated a castle scarce less than that of Udolpho, of which the eastern wing had long been uninhabited, and the keys either lost or consigned to the care of some aged butler or housekeeper,... "
Waverley - Page 1
by Sir Walter Scott - 1885
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Waverley; Or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since ...

Walter Scott - 1821
...example, announced, in my frontispiece, " Waverley, a tale of other days," must not every novel reader have anticipated a castle scarce less than that of...owl have shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title page ? and could it have been possible for me, with a moderate attention to decorum, to introduce...
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The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., Volume 2

Walter Scott - English literature - 1833
...other Days," must not every novelreader have anticipated a castle scarce less than that of Cdolpho, ۍ6 y8 lKy0Y Z ~ u G # Y簩x5- F 0[ ^ zfn ) ^VIq qT 9Dl ...q M .䇥< > K= 6] v{ Ds e*O -{ 1 y n title-page1) and could it have been possible for me, with a moderale attention to decorum, to introduce...
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Waverley Novels ...: Waverley

Walter Scott - 1853
...example, announced in my frontispiece, " Waverley, a Tale of other Days," must not every novel reader have anticipated a castle scarce less than that of...guide the hero, or heroine, to the ruinous precincts 3 Would not the owl have shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title-page ? and could it have been...
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Waverley Novels, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - Historical fiction, Scottish - 1842
...example, announced in my frontispiece, " Waverley, a Tale of other Days," must not every novel reader have anticipated a castle scarce less than that of...very title-page ? and could it have been possible /or me, with a moderate attention to decorum, to introduce any scene more lively than might be produced...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volume 2

Sir Walter Scott - 1846
...other Days," must not every novelreader have anticipated a castle scarce less than that of Ddolpho, of which the eastern wing had long been uninhabited,...shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title-page? ud could it have been possible for me, with a moderate attention to decorum, to introduce any scene...
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The Novels of Walter Scott: With All His Introd. and Notes, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - 1846
...less than that of Udolpho, of whieh the eastern wing had long been uninhabited, and the keys cither lost, or consigned to the care of some aged butler...were doomed to guide the hero, or heroine, to the rubious precincts ! Would not the owl have shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title-page ? and...
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Black's Guide to Warwickshire

Warwickshire (England) - 1874 - 218 pages
...eastern wing had long been uninhabited, and the keys either lost, or consigned to the care of lome aged butler or housekeeper, whose trembling steps,...shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title-page t and could it have been possible for me, with a moderate attention to decorum, to introduce any scene...
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The Old Testament in the Jewish Church: Twelve Lectures on Biblical Criticism

William Robertson Smith - Bible - 1881 - 446 pages
...example, announced in my frontispiece, " Waverley, a Tale of other Days," must not every novel reader have anticipated a castle scarce less than that of...guide the hero, or heroine, to the ruinous precincts I - Would not the owl have shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title-page I and could it have...
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The Old Testament in the Jewish Church: Twelve Lectures on Biblical Criticism

William Robertson Smith - Bible - 1881 - 477 pages
...novel reader have anticipated a castle scarce les* than that of Udolpho, of which the eastern wing hail long been uninhabited, and the keys either lost, or...shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title-page t and could it have been possible for me, with a moderate attention to decorum, to introduce any scene...
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Waverley Novels, Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1886
...pledging Ujejiuthqj to some special mode of laying his scene, drawing his characters, and managing^his adventures. Had I, for example, announced in my frontispiece,...guide the hero, or heroine, to the ruinous precincts 1 Would not the owl have shrieked and the cricket cried in my very title-page 1 and could it have been...
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