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Scarcely ever are they ordinary; the very notion of the ordinary is foreign to the
child, to whom everyone encountered is unique. When people have very
powerfully impressed us in childhood they remain for ever so fixed in the memory
, with the ...
This can scarcely be questioned when one remembers the characters of the
novel, those sharp, scathing sketches of the money-conscious, the Veneerings,
Podsmap, Fledgeby, the Lammles. Any account of Dickens is inadequate. He is
... never comes alive; it is scarcely possible that she should, presented as she is
through the minds of the Forsytes, since they are, by definition, characters which
do not possess the kind of mind through which beauty can be vividly realized.
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The Eighteenth Century
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