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" And sure no one will contend that the epistolary style is in general the most proper to a novelist, or that it hath been used by the best writers of this kind. "
The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: With an Essay on His Life and Genius - Página 423
por Henry Fielding - 1871
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Longman's Magazine, Volume 22

1893
...Clinker. ' "VfO one will contend,' says Henry Fielding in the Preface to .L i one of his sister's books, ' that the epistolary Style is in general the most proper to a Novelist, or that [and here he was plainly thinking of a certain work called Pamela] it hath been used by the best Writers...
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Eighteenth Century Vignettes

Austin Dobson - 1894 - 305 páginas
...CLINKER.' 'JVIO one will contend,' says Henry Fielding * ^ in the Preface to one of his sister's books, ' that the epistolary Style is in general the most proper to a Novelist, or that [and here he was plainly thinking of a certain work called " Pamela"] it hath been used by the best...
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Samuel Richardson

Austin Dobson - 1902 - 213 páginas
...defects which, in its first novelty, were overlooked or condoned. " No one " — wrote Fielding — " will contend that the epistolary Style is in general the most proper to a Novelist " ; and what Fielding said in 1747 has been endorsed by the great majority of his successors in the...
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The History of Henry Fielding, Volume 2

Wilbur Lucius Cross - 1918
...letters and English imitations of them. It is a hit at Richardson — is it not? — when he says: "And sure no one will contend, that the epistolary...hath been used by the best writers of this kind." Most of all, Fielding admired Lyttelton's "Persian Letters" descriptive of English manners and institutions,...
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The History of Henry Fielding, Volume 2

Wilbur Lucius Cross - 1918
...letters and English imitations of them. It is a hit at Richardson — is it not? — when he says: "And sure no one will contend, that the epistolary...hath been used by the best writers of this kind." Most of all, Fielding admired Lyttelton's "Persian Letters" descriptive of English manners and institutions,...
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British Theatre and the Other Arts, 1660-1800

Shirley Strum Kenny - 1984 - 311 páginas
...Ease and Advantage, than the Author himself." And no doubt with Richardson in mind, Fielding adds that "sure no one will contend, that the epistolary Style...that it hath been used by the best Writers of this kind."24 Like Congreve, Fielding lectured his critics in the basic principles of his art, principles...
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A Henry Fielding Companion

Martin C. Battestin, William R Kenan Jr Professor of English Martin C Battestin - 2000 - 333 páginas
...he nevertheless found it necessary to fault the form it was written in. "Sure no one," he asserts, "will contend, that the epistolary Style is in general...hath been used by the best Writers of this Kind." However unwittingly, Sarah — who loved her brother and admired his work yet cherished Richardson's...
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The Cambridge Companion to English Literature, 1740-1830

Ita - 2004 - 308 páginas
...Characters in David Simple. Rather disconcertingly, in introducing an epistolary novel, he declares that 'no one will contend, that the epistolary Style is...it hath been used by the best Writers of this Kind' (1: ix). The publication of the first two volumes of Richardson's seven-volume Clarissa in December...
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