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... and by we know not what power , shall overrule us to go this way ; and it shall
afterwards appear that had we gone the way we should have gone , and even to
our imagina . tion ought to have gone , we should have been ruin'd and lost .
... when landscape came in for its own sake , with Mrs. Rad . cliffe , it was there
not because it was a specific landscape but because it was a romantic one .
Maria Edgeworth 107 % THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: THE FIRST GENERA-
It is only in a few passages in The Old Wives " Tale and The Clay . hanger Family
that we are brought face to face not merely with the human situation at a given
date and place in North Staffordshire but with the eternal human situa . tion .
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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