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" He would suit you. He is melancholy too, but only by fits. Would you like to make his acquaintance ? " " Authors are best known by their writings," replied Walstein ; " I admire his, because, amid much wildness, he is a great reader of the human heart,... "
Court Magazine, and Monthly Critic: Containing Original Papers, by ... - Page 8
1833
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The Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, and Lady's Magazine and ..., Volume 22

English literature - 1833
...acquaintance ? " " Authors are best known by their writings," replied Walstein ; " I admire his, because, amid much wildness, he is a great reader of the human...replied Walstein, really alarmed. " It is precisely because I admire him very much that I never wish to see him. What can the conversation of Sidonia be...
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The English Annual for ...

1837
...acquaintance ?" " Authors are best known by their writings,1" replied Walstein ; " I admire his, because, amid much wildness, he is a great reader of the human...replied Walstein, really alarmed. " It is precisely because I admire him very much that I never wish to see him. What can the conversation of Sidonia be...
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The Honey-moon, Volumes 1-2

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - English fiction - 1837
...acquaintance ?" " Authors are best known by their writings," replied Walstein ; " I admire his, because, amid much wildness, he is a great reader of the human...replied Walstein, really alarmed. "It is precisely because I admire him very much that I never wish to see him. What can the conversations of Sidonia...
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The Honey-moon, Volume 2

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - English fiction - 1837
...acquaintance?" " Authors are best known by their writings," replied Walstein ; "I admire his, because, amid much wildness, he is a great reader of the human heart, and 1 find many echoes in his pages of what I dare only to think and to utter in solitude." "I shall introduce...
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The Works of Benjamin Disraeli: Henrietta Temple, v. 2. The carrier pigeon ...

Benjamin Disraeli - 1904
...acquaintance ?' 'Authors are best known by their writings,' replied Walstein; 'I admire his, because, amid much wildness, he is a great reader of the human...replied Walstein, really alarmed. 'It is precisely because I admire him very much that I never wish to see him. What can the conversation of Sidonia be...
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