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But we feel, of Mrs. Towwouse, Parson Trulliber (the finest of them all, after
Adams himself), Mrs. Slipslop, and the rest, that they would be capable of
surprising us if they were given the opportunity. “I describe,” said Fielding, “not
men, but ...
But even then the background of scenery exists to feed Emily's sensibility; it is
material for her feeling. Judged ... From this point of view, The Mysteries of
Udolpho may be considered as a machine for making the reader feel similar
They tend to think and feel alike, to be the aesthetes of one set of sensations;
they think and feel and express their thoughts and feelings, in fact, exactly as
Virginia Woolf herself does in such nonfiction works as Mr. Bennett and Mrs.
Brown and ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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