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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 oppor| tunity . “ I describe , " said Fielding , “
not men ...
But even then the background of scenery exists to feed Emily ' s sensibility ; it is
material for her feeling . ... From this point of view , The Mysteries of Udolpho may
be considered as a machine for making the reader feel similar emotions .
All nonconformity begins with “ I don ' t feel it here , " and this is no criticism of
nonconformity . But the nonconformist attitude , combined with a rancorous class
feeling , does give rise to a nagging , intolerable tone of moral superiority which ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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