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" In the old countries, with which fiction has long been conversant, a certain conventional 'privilege seems to be awarded to the romancer ; his work is not put exactly side by side with nature ; and he is allowed a license with regard to every-day probability,... "
The North British review - 185. oldal
1868
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The Blithedale romance, 1. kötet;570. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1852
...phantasmagorical antics, without exposing them to too close a comparison with the actual events of real lives. In the old countries, with which fiction has long...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land, so like the real world, that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

The Christian teacher. [Continued as] The National review

National review - 1860
...phantasmagorical antics without exposing them to too close a comparison with the actual events of real lives. In the old countries with which fiction has long been...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land so like the real world that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

The National Review, 11. kötet

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1860
...phantasmagorical antics without exposing them to too close a comparison with the actual events of real lives. In the old countries with which fiction has long been...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land so like the real world that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

Belgravia, 19. kötet

1873
...actualities for one to throw some light of ideality upon the creations who walk thereon. He says : ' In the old countries, with which fiction has long...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land, so like the real world that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

Hawthorne's Works: The scarlet letter and the Blithedale romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1875
...phantasmagorical antics, witLout exposing them to too close a comparison with the actual events of real lives. In the old countries, with which fiction has long...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land, so like the real world, that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

Literary: Goethe and his influence. Wordsworth and his genius. Shelley's ...

Richard Holt Hutton - 1880
...phantasmagorical antics without exposing them to too close a comparison with the actual events of real lives. In the old countries with which fiction has long been...improved effects which he is bound to produce thereby. Amongourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Fairy Land so like the real world that, in...

The Scarlet Letter and The Blithedale Romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883 - 600 oldal
...phantasmagorical antics, without exposing them to too close a comparison with the actual events of real lives. In the old countries, with which fiction has long...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land, so like the real world, that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

The scarlet letter, and The Blithedale romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...events of real lives. In the old countries, with which fiction has long been conversant, TOL. v. 31 a certain conventional privilege seems to be awarded...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land, so like the real world, that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 5. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883
...events of real lives. In the old countries, with which fiction has long been conversant, »OL. V. 31 a certain conventional privilege seems to be awarded...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land, so like the real world, that, in a suitable remoteness, one cannot well tell the difference,...

The Scarlet Letter: And The Blithedale Romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883 - 600 oldal
...events of real lives. In the old countries, with which fiction has long been conversant, VOL. V. 21 a certain conventional privilege seems to be awarded...Among ourselves, on the contrary, there is as yet no such Faery Land, so like the real world, that, in a suitable remoteness. one cannot well toll the difference-...




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