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There is, too, as in Copperfield, a singular purity in the drawing of the adult
characters as they are seen through the boy's eyes. They are, in fact, a boy's
characters: fabulous beings, drawn not critically but in wonder. And one of them
is quite ...
We first see Heathcliff through the eyes of the narrator Mr Lockwopd, the outsider
from the south who has rented Thrushcross Park from him. We share in
Lockwood's bewilderment and curiosity at the strange situation at Wuthering
Heights, and ...
Mrs Dalloway raised her hand to her eyes, and, as the maid shut the door to, and
she heard the swish of Lucy's skirts, she felt like a nun who has left the world and
feels fold round her the familiar veils and the response to old devotions.
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The Eighteenth Century
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