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" ... letters ; nor did any one of them ever know that I was the secretary to the others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser was open before... "
Lives of the novelists - Page 6
by sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1825
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Clarissa, ed. by E.S. Dallas, Volume 1

Samuel Richardson - 1868
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...word, or that expression, to be softened or changed. 0ne, highly gratified with her lover's fervour, and vows of everlasting love, has said, when I have...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 105

England - 1869
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...fervour and vows of everlasting love, has said, when 1 have asked her direction, ' I cannot tell you what to write ; but (her heart on her lips), you cannot...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 105

1869
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...dreading to be taken at her word, directing this word, or thai expression, to be softened or changed. One, highly gratified with her lover's fervour and vows...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1873 - 762 pages
...an offence was either laken or given, at the very lime that the heart of the chider or repulser wos open before me, overflowing with esteem and affection;...expression, to be softened or changed. One highly gratified wiih her lover's fervour and vows of everlasting love, has said, when I h;ive asked her dircciion —...
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A History of English Prose Fiction

Bayard Tuckerman - English fiction - 1882 - 332 pages
...directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time when the heart of the chider or repulser was open before...the fair repulser, dreading to be taken at her word, directed this word, or that expression, to be softened or changed. One, highly gratified with her lover's...
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A History of English Prose Fiction

Bayard Tuckerman - English fiction - 1882 - 332 pages
...word, or that expression, to be softened or changed. One, highly gratified with her lover's fervor and vows of everlasting love, has said, when I have asked her direction, / cannot tell you what to write ; but (her heart on her lips) you cannot write too kindly." * With...
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Landmarks of English Literature

Henry James Nicoll - English literature - 1889 - 460 pages
...them ever know that I was the secretary to the other. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...overflowing with esteem and affection, and the fair repuiser, dreading to be taken at her word, directing this word or that expression to be softened or...
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Samuel Richardson's "Pamela.": Ihre quellen und ihr einfluss auf die ...

Max Gassmeyer - 1890 - 87 pages
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, "when an offence was either taken or given, at the very "time that the heart of the chider or...expression, to be softened or changed. "One highly gratifled with her lover's fervour, and vows of "everlasting love, has said, when I have asked her...
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The English Novel: Being a Short Sketch of Its History from the Earliest ...

Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh - English fiction - 1894 - 298 pages
...copying. " I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...before me, overflowing with esteem and affection." This apprenticeship to the knowledge of the human heart stood Richardson the novelist in good stead....
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H. Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - Literature - 1897
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offense was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...or changed. One, highly gratified with her lover's fervor and vows of everlasting love, has said when I have asked her direction: 'I cannot tell you what...
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