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" Although he selected a foreign scene on this occasion, no one of his works is more American in its essential character. It was designed not only to extend the democratical principle abroad, but to confirm his countrymen in the opinion that nations " cannot... "
A Letter to His Countrymen - Página 12
por James Fenimore Cooper - 1834 - 116 páginas
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England, with sketches of society in the metropolis, Volumen3

James Fenimore Cooper - 1837
...ignorance in the nobles themselves, or when the democratical principle has attained the ascendency. With these views of what was enacting around me in...series of tales, in which American opinion should bu brought to bear on European facts. With this design the " Bravo" was written, Venice being its scene,...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen11

1847
...the democratical principle abroad, but to confirm his countrymen in the opinion that nations " cannot be governed by an irresponsible minority, without involving a train of nearly intolerable abuses." It gave aristocracy some hits, which aristocracy gave back again. Tho best notice which appeared of...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volumen21

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1847
...the democratical principle abroad, bat to confirm his countrymen in the opinion that nations "cannot be governed by an irresponsible minority, without involving a train of nearly intolerable abuses." It gave aristocracy some hits, which aristocracy gave back again. The best notice which appeared of...
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The International Monthly Magazine of Literature, Science, and Art

1851
...the democratical principle abroad, but to confirm his countrymen in the opinion that nations " cannot be governed by an irresponsible minority without involving a train of nearly intolerable abuses." It gave aristocracy some hits, which aristocracy gave back agaia The best notice which appeared of...
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The Prose Writers of America: With a Survey of the Intellectual History ...

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1856 - 552 páginas
...democratical principle abroad, but to confirm his countrymen in the opinion that nations "cannot bs governed by an irresponsible minority without involving a train of nearly intolerable abuses." It gave aristocracy some hits, which aristocracy gave back again. The best notice which appeared of...
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The Monikins

James Fenimore Cooper - 1990 - 318 páginas
...a "new" kind of novel, a novel in which European plots were viewed through the eyes of an American: I determined to attempt a series of tales, in which American opinion should be brought to bear upon European facts. With this design The Bravo was written, Venice being the scene, and her polity...
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