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" I am ignorant of any one quality, that is amiable in a man, which is not equally so in a woman : I do not except even modesty and gentleness of nature. Nor do I know one vice or folly, which is not equally detestable in both. "
The Secretary, and Complete Letter Writer: Containing a Collection of ... - 74. oldal
1803 - 168 oldal
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On Falling in Love: & Other Matters

Alfred Turner - 1916 - 253 oldal
..." I am ignorant of any one quality that is amicable in a man which is not equally so in a woman ; I do not except even modesty and gentleness of nature....detestable in both. There is indeed one infirmity which is generally allowed you, I mean that of cowardice ; yet there would seem to be something very capricious...

The University of Maine Studies

University of Maine at Orono - 1924
...sexes. I am ignorant of any one quality that is amiable in a man, which is not equally so in a woman. I do not except even modesty and gentleness of nature....or folly which is not equally detestable in both." As the years went on, the feeling that injustice was being done woman grew to conviction. The first...

Jonathan Swift in the Company of Women

Louise Barnett - 2006 - 238 oldal
..."I am ignorant of any one Quality that is amiable in a Man, which is not equally so in a Woman . . . nor do I know one Vice or Folly, which is not equally detestable in both" (PW 9:92-93)." Read critically, this statement does not endorse gender equality: it takes for granted...
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New Monthly Magazine, 7. kötet

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1817
...I am ignorant of any one quality that is ;tm:.iU • in a man which ь not equally so in a woman. I do not except even modesty and gentleness of nature. Nor do I know one vice or Jolly, which is not equally detestable in both."* Lucius JUNIUS thinks differently. Instead of regarding...

Women and the Alphabet (Volume 4)

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 2007 - 372 oldal
...a woman, which is not equally so in a man. I do not except even modesty and gentleness of nature j nor do I know one vice or folly which is not equally detestable in both." Mrs. Jameson, in her delightful " Commonplace Book," illustrates this admirably by one or two test...
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