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" It certainly is my wish, and it has been my study, to exclude from this publication whatever is unfit to be read aloud by a gentleman to a company of ladies. "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Страница 320
1819
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The Family Shakspeare: In Ten Volumes; in which Nothing is Added to ..., Том 1

William Shakespeare, Thomas Bowdler - 1818
...is not sufficient that his defects are trifling in comparison with writers who are highly defective. It certainly is my wish, and it has been my study,...evening in the country, than for a father to read one of Shakspeare's plays to his family circle. My object isto enable him to do so without incurring the danger...

The Christian Remembrancer, Том 1

1819
...wish, (.lays he) and has been my ptudy, to exclude from this publication whatever is unfit to be rcud aloud by a gentleman to a company of ladies. I can hardly imagine a more pleasing occupation Cor a winter's evening in ilie country, than for a i..ili T to read one of Shak«peare°s plays to...

Memoir of the Late John Bowdler, Esq: To which is Added Some Account of the ...

Thomas Bowdler - 1825 - 348 страници
...with propriety be read aloud in a family." His object is thus stated in a short preface to the work. " It certainly is my wish, and it has been my study,...evening in the country, than for a father to read one of Shakspeare's plays to his family circle. My object is to enable him to do so," without incurring the...

The Family Shakspeare ... in which Nothing is Added to the Original Text ...

William Shakespeare, Thomas Bowdler - 1825
...is not sufficient that his defects are trifling in comparison with writers who are highly defective. It certainly is my wish, and it has been my study,...from this publication whatever is unfit to be read But though many erasures have for this purpose been made in the writings of Shakspeare in the present...

The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Том 10

1826
...is not sufficient that his defects are trifling in comparison with writers who are highly defective. It certainly is my wish, and it has been my study,...evening in the country, than for a father to read one of Shakspeare's plays to his family circle. My object is to enable him to do so without incurring the...

The Annual Biography and Obituary, Том 10

1826
...with propriety be read aloud in a family.' His object is thus stated in a short preface to the work. ' It certainly is my wish, and it has been my study,...evening in the country, than for a father to read one of Shakspeare's plays to his family circle, My object is to enable him to do so, without incurring the...

The family Shakespeare [expurgated by T. Bowdler]. in which those words are ...

William Shakespeare - 1843
...not sufficient that hi» defects are trifling in comparison with writers who are highly defective. i 溴 Shakspeare's plays to his family circle. My object is to enable him to do so without incurring the...

The Re-imagined Text: Shakespeare, Adaptation, & Eighteenth-century Literary ...

Jean I. Marsden
...society. 4. In The Family Shakespeare, first published in 1818, the Reverend Bowdler explains his aim as: "it certainly is my wish, and it has been my study,...read aloud by a gentleman to a company of ladies" (x). 5. A case could be made for twentieth-century filmed versions of Shakespeare. While Kurosawa uses...
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The Cambridge Paperback Guide to Literature in English

Ian Ousby - 1996 - 436 страници
...1754-1825 Editor. His version of SHAKESPEARE, The Family Shakespeare (1818), cut the text by omitting 'whatever is unfit to be read aloud by a gentleman to a company of ladies' and so gave rise to the term 'to bowdlerize'. He also prepared an edition of GIBBON'S DECLINE AND FALL...
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English in Nineteenth-Century England: An Introduction

Manfred Görlach - 1999 - 338 страници
...with Shakespeare's language for grammatical correctness (as Dryden and Johnson had done), he omitted 'whatever is unfit to be read aloud by a gentleman to a company of ladies', objecting in particular to religious as well as sexual improprieties. T39: From: Samuel Taylor Coleridge....
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