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... situations , but with what may be called instantaneous descriptions and
reflections ( proper to be brought home to the breast of the youthful reader ) ; as
also with affecting conversations , many of them written in the dialogue or
dramatic way .
Draira Richardson ' s is a dramatic technique ; the letters the characters write to
one another are the equivalent of dramatic speeches ; and while we read
Clarissa or Sir Charles Grandison we exist , as we do when watching a play or a
film , in ...
... as reformer , and social Geoffrey Hamlyn , 210 work , 44 , 54 ; dominates
English George Eliot : Her Mind and Art , 221 novel for a century , 53 , 67 ;
George , W . L . , 342 dramatic work , 54 - 5 ; expresses Gide , André , on The
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The Eighteenth Century
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