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There are, for instance, Mr. Shandy, the theorist with theories on every subject
under the sun, and his wife: the relation between them is implicit in the following
passage: It was a consuming vexation to my father that my mother never asked
Father and me was both brought up at a foundation school for boys; and mother,
she was likewise brought up at a public, sort of charitable establishment. They
taught us a deal of umbleness; we was to be umble to this person, and umble to ...
It was precisely this quality that distinguished Lawrence's father. Unlike him,
Lawrence was never a miner, but he had what one feels is essentially a miner's
response to the world of nature; it is as though he has emerged daily from the ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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