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" Coxe tells us, that certain Russian ladies split their pearls, in order to make a greater display of finery. The pleasure of being admired for wit or erudition, I cannot exactly measure in a female mind ; but state it to be as delightful as you can imagine... "
Tales and Novels - Страница 194
по Maria Edgeworth - 1834
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Letters for Literary Ladies: To which is Added, An Essay on the Noble ...

Maria Edgeworth - 1795 - 200 страници
...prudent father, may overbalance the good. The intoxicating en eft -of wit upon the brain, has Seen well remarked by a poet, who was a friend to the fair fex, and too many ridiculous, and too many difgufting, examples confirm the truth of the obfervation....

The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

1797
...great as you reafonably can fuppofe it, there are evils attendant upon it, which, in the eftimation of a prudent father, may overbalance the good. The...well remarked by a poet, who was a friend to the fair fex, and too many ridiculous, and too many difguiling, examples confirm the truth of the observation....

Letters for literary ladies, to which is added, an essay on the noble ...

Maria Edgeworth - 1814 - 232 страници
...happiness seems at best but a subordinate consideration ; it is not by the treasures they possess, but by those which they have an opportunity of displaying,...the fair sex ; and too many ridiculous, and too many disgust23 ing, examples confirm the truth of the observation. The deference that is paid to genius...

Tales, and Miscellaneous Pieces, Том 4

Maria Edgeworth - 1825
...happiness seems at best but a subordinate consideration ; it is not by the treasures they possess, but by those which they have an opportunity of displaying,...observation. The deference that is paid to genius sometimes makest he fair sex forget that genius will be respected only when united with discretion. Those who...

Tales and miscellaneous piecces, Том 4

Maria [collections] Edgeworth - 1825
...happiness seems at best but a subordinate consideration ; it is not by the treasures they possess, but by those which they have an opportunity of displaying,...observation. The deference that is paid to genius sometimes makest he fair sex forget that genius will be respected only when united with discretion. Those who...




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