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" I never heard any thing of pertness, or what is called repartee, out of her mouth ; no pretence to wit, much less to that kind of wisdom which is the result only of great learning and experience; the affectation of which , in a young woman , is as absurd... "
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling - Página 392
por Henry Fielding, Sir Walter Scott - 1831 - 506 páginas
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Tom Jones

Henry Fielding, Arthur Murphy - 1806
...much less to that kind of wisdom which ' is the result only of great learning and experi'ence; the affectation of which, in a young woman, ' is as absurd...seen ' her in the company of men, she hath been all at-' tendon, with the modesty of a learner, not the ' forwardness of a teacher. You'll pardon me for...
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The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, Volumen2

Henry Fielding - 1809
...wit, mnch less to thatfVind of wisdom which is the re suit ouly of great learning and experience ; the affectation of which, in a young woman, is as absurd As any of the affectatious of an ape. No dictatorial sentiments, no jndicial opinious, no profound criticisms. Whenever...
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The novels of Henry Fielding ... complete in one volume. To which is ...

Henry Fielding - 1821
...of wisdom, which is the result only of great learning and experience ; the affectation of which, iu a young woman, is as absurd as any of the affectations...judicial opinions, no profound criticisms. Whenever I haveseen her in the company of men, she hath been all attention, with the modesty of a learner, not...
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Chronicles of the City of Gotham: From the Papers of a Retired Common Councilman

James Kirke Paulding - 1830 - 270 páginas
...to wit, much less to that kind of wisdom which is the result of great learning and experience, the affectation of which, in a young woman, is as absurd as any of the affectations of an ape." Truth obliges us to say, that Lucia only realized this fine sketch of a young woman, when acting from...
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Lights and Shadows of American Life, Volumen3

Mary Russell Mitford - 1832
...to wit, much less to that kind of wisdom which is the result of great learning and experience, the affectation of which, in a young woman, is as absurd as any of the affectations of an ape." Truth obliges us to say, that Lucia only realized this fine sketch of a young woman, when acting from...
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The Living Age, Volumen213

1897
...what is called repartee, out of her mouth; no pretence to wit, much less to that kind of wisdom the affectation of which in a young woman is as absurd as any of the affectations of the ape. No dictatorial sentiments, no judicial opinions, no profound criticisms. Whenever I have seen...
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The works of Henry Fielding, with memoir of the author, by T. Roscoe

Henry Fielding - 1845
...is the result only of great learning and experience; the affectation of which, in a young woman, ra new criticism. Whenever I have seen her in the company of men, she hath been all attention, with the modesty...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen98

1856
...wit, much less to that kind of wisdom which is the result only of great learning and experience, the affectation of which, in a young woman, is as absurd...dictatorial sentiments, no judicial opinions, no profound criticism. Whenever 1 have seen her in the company of men, she has been all attention with the modesty...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen98

1856
...less to that kind of wisdom which is the result only of great learning and experience, the aflectation of which, in a young woman, is as absurd as any of...dictatorial sentiments, no judicial opinions, no profound criticism. Whenever 1 have seen her in the company of men, she has been all attention with the modesty...
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tales of the good woman

james k. paulding - 1867
...to wit, much less to that kind of wisdom which is the result of great learning and experience, the affectation of which, in a young woman, is as absurd as any of the affectations of an ape." Truth obliges us to say, that Lucia only realized this fine sketch of a young woman, when acting from...
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