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" One comes amongst them, seeking under every little hat for the charming face ; and peering at every tinselled jacket for the light shape, which St Preux, even while the fair form of the impassioned Julia floated before his mind's eye, found so perplexingly... "
Slight reminiscences of the Rhine, Switzerland, and a corner of Italy [by M ... - Page 121
by Mary Boddington - 1834
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The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal: for July,1834,.......January, 1835

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW - 1835 - 572 pages
...its solution was a vice;' and Rousseau's eloquent exaggerations are thus amusingly noticed : — ' When that illustrious visionary, Jean Jacques, got...at this moment laying a log of wood upon the fire.' National characteristics appear to have been acutely observed ; and we find the following lively and...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 60

English literature - 1835 - 568 pages
...floated before his mind's eye, found so perplexingly lovely, and a squalid halfawake race, disfigured hy goitres which they show off as our women do white...at this moment laying a log of wood upon the fire.' National characteristics appear to have heen acutely observed ; and we find the following lively and...
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Slight Reminiscences of the Rhine, Switzerland, and a Corner of Italy, Volume 1

Mary]. [Baddington - Italy - 1835 - 224 pages
...impassioned Julia floated before his mind's eye, found so perplexingly lovely, and a squallid half- a wake race,, disfigured by goitres which they show off as...presents itself. I should think the most fire-and-tow garde-du-cerps in. the ser-, vice of his majesty Charles Dix, might dine in perfect tranquillity of...
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Museum of Foreign Literature and Science, Volume 26

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1835 - 744 pages
...before his mind's eye, bund so pcrplcxingly lovely, and a squalid half-awake race, disfigured by goHrcs which they show off as our women do white teeth or ivory fingers, presents itself. I hould think the most fire-and-tow garde-du-corpe in the service of his majesty Charles Dix, might dine...
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