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The notion of the novel as a literary form having something to dc with art in the
sense of being consciously made and shaped to ar aesthetic end is quite new.
Though there have been few more con summate artists in the novel than Fielding
Something has been made, and our curiosity about life, in this instance our
curiosity about Wordsworth's beliefs, has been satisfied because our aesthetic
sense, if that is the term we decide to use, has been satisfied. If our aesthetic
He is the voice, where Dorothea is concerned, of common sense. When he tells
Dorothea: 'The best piety is to enjoy — when you can ... It / is of no use to try and
take care of all the world ; that is being taken care of when you feel delight— in ...
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The Eighteenth Century
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