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" I think there is not a greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable ; but especially at an age when it is too late to engage in a new friendship. Besides, this... "
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The Journal to Stella

Jonathan Swift - 1901 - 596 страници
...in similar terms of the " younger of the two " " oldest and dearest friends I have in the world." " This was a person of my own rearing and instructing...quality that can possibly accomplish a human creature. ... I know not what I am saying ; but believe me that violent friendship is much more lasting and as...

Jonathan Swift: A Biographical and Critical Study

John Churton Collins - 1902 - 280 страници
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...person of my own rearing and instructing from childhood ; but, pardon me, I know not what I am saying, but, believe me, that friendship is much more lasting...

Crowned Masterpieces of Literature that Have Advanced Civilization ..., Том 4

David Josiah Brewer - 1902
...strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable. . . . Besides, this was a person of my own rearing and instructing...quality that can possibly accomplish a human creature." The date of this letter is July, 1726; but it was not until the beginning of 1728 that the blow came...

A Tale of a Tub: The Battle of the Books, and Other Early Works

Jonathan Swift - 1907 - 334 страници
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...when it is too late to engage in a new friendship." That morbid melancholy to which he had ever been subject assumed a darker hue and a more unremitting...

Lives of Great English Writers from Chaucer to Browning

Walter Swain Hinchman, Francis Barton Gummere - 1908 - 569 страници
...tragedy of his life. On hearing of her illness, while he was in London in 1726, he wrote to a friend : " This was a person of my own rearing and instructing from childhood, who excelled in every good 1 Swift wrote for Lady Berkeley bis Meditations upon a Broom-Stick, published in 1704. quality that...

The Living Age ..., Том 159

1883
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...of my own rearing and instructing from childhood; but, pardon me, I know not what I am saying, but, believe me, that violent friendship is much more...

The Living Age ..., Том 198

1893
...strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable. . . . Besides, this was a person of my own rearing and instructing from childhood who excelled in every gooil quality that can possibly accomplish a. human creature." The date of this letter is July, 1726...

The Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland: Swift--Flood--Grattan--O'Connell

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1872 - 320 страници
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...when it is too late to engage in a new friendship.' That morbid melancholy to which he had ever been subject assumed a darker hue and a more unremitting...

British Literary Manuscripts: From 800 to 1800, Том 1

Verlyn Klinkenborg, Herbert Cahoon, Pierpont Morgan Library - 1981 - 272 страници
...For almost thirty-five years Stella and Swift were the closest of friends, for she was, as he said, "a person of my own rearing and instructing, from...quality that can possibly accomplish a human creature." She was also the inspiration for much prose and poetry by Swift. While he negotiated with Harley, St....
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The Cambridge History of English Literature, Том 11

A. W. Ward - 1970 - 15 страници
...melancholy scene.' To another friend he said : This was a person of my own rearing and instruction from childhood, who excelled in every good quality that can possibly accomplish a human creature. . . . Yiolent friendship is much more lasting and as much engaging as violent love. He returned to...
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