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" For my part, I idolized her. I felt at times rebuked by her superior delicacy and purity, and as if I was a coarse, unworthy being in comparison. "
The Life and Letters of Washington Irving - Página 184
editado por - 1862
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The Ladies' Repository, Volume 24

1864
...was acknowledged by all that knew her. Her brilliant little sister used to say that people began by admiring her, but ended by loving Matilda. For my...if I was a coarse, unworthy being in comparison." Of her death he says: "I can not tell you what I have suffered. The ills that I have undergone in this...
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The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., Volume 18

1870
...acknowledged by all who knew her. ' Her brilliant little sister used to say that peo' pie began by admiring her, but ended by ' loving Matilda. For my part, I idolized her Г ' I felt, at times, rebuked by her superior delica1 cy and purity ; and as if I were a coarse, un'...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
...was acknowledged by all who knew her. Her brilliant little sister used to say that people began by admiring her, but ended by loving Matilda. For my...if I was a coarse, unworthy being in comparison." At this time Irving was much perplexed about his career. He had" a fatal propensity to belles-lettres...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
...was acknowledged by all who knew her. Her brilliant little sister used to say that people began by admiring her, but ended by loving Matilda. For my...if I was a coarse, unworthy being in comparison." At this time Irving was much perplexed about his career. He had " a fatal propensity to belles-lettres;"...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
...was acknowledged by all who knew her. Her brilliant little sister used to say that people began by admiring her, but ended by loving Matilda. For my...delicacy and purity, and as if I was a, coarse, unworthy beiug in comparison." At this time Irving was much perplexed about his career. He had " a fatal propensity...
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London Society, Volume 41

1882
...used to say that " people began by admiring her, but ended by loving Matilda." For my part I idolised her. I felt at times rebuked by her superior delicacy and purity, and as if I was a coarse unworthy comparison. ' This passion was terribly against my studies. I felt my own deficiency, and despaired...
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Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine, Volume 13

1883
...acknowledged by all who knew her. The brilliant little sister need to say that " people began by admiring, but ended by loving Matilda." For my part, I idolized...delicacy and purity, and as if I was a coarse, unworthy comparison. " This passion was terribly against my studies. I felt my own deficiency, and despaired...
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Famous American Authors

Sarah Knowles Bolton - 1887 - 398 páginas
...was acknowledged by all who knew her. Her brilliant little sister used to say that people began by admiring her, but ended by loving Matilda. For my...as if I was a coarse, unworthy being in comparison. . . . In the midst of this struggle and anxiety, Matilda was taken ill with a cold. Nothing was thought...
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The Bay View Magazine

1897
...little sister used to say that people began by admiring her, but ended in loving Matilda. For my own part, I idolized her. I felt at times rebuked by her superior delicacy and purity, as if I was a coarse, unworthy being in comparison." Irving seldom or never alluded to this sad event,...
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Heirlooms in Miniatures

Anne Hollingsworth Wharton, Emily Drayton Taylor - 1898 - 249 páginas
...was acknowledged by all who knew her. Her brilliant little sister used to say that people began by admiring her, but ended by loving Matilda. For my...if I was a coarse, unworthy being in comparison." Washington Irving was, at the time of his engagement to Matilda Hoffman, a struggling 156 young writer,...
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