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This is even more clearly apparent in The Life and Death of Mr. Badman , which appeared in 1680. Again a moral tract , its purpose is to describe “ the life and death of the ungodly , and of their travel from this world to hell .
Attentive : Pray , how was he in his death ? Was death strong upon him , or did he die with ease , quietly ? Wiseman : As quietly as a lamb . There seemed not to be in it , to standers by , so much as a strong struggle of nature .
death . In London she enters a corner of English society which Herbert Read has called " a little gamy . ” She meets the vibrantly brilliant Kate Croy , who introduces her to a young journalist , Merton Densher .
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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