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" Nor will all the qualities I have hitherto given my historian avail him, unless he have what is generally meant by a good heart, and be capable of feeling. The author who will make me weep, says Horace, must first weep himself. "
The history of Tom Jones - Página 224
por Henry Fielding - 1832
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The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling, Volumen3

Henry Fielding - 1749
...Education, Nor j ^ Nor will all the Qualities I have hitherto given my Hiftorian avail Kim, unlefs he have what is generally meant by a good Heart, and be capable of feeling. The Author who will make me weep, fays .,, Horace, muft firft weep himfelf. In reality, no Man can paint a Diflrefs well, which he doth...
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The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling: In Four Volumes, Volumen3

Henry Fielding - 1749
...Education. Nor will all the Qualities I have hitherto given my Hiftorian avail him, unlefs he have what is generally meant by a good Heart, and be capable of feeling. The Author who will make me weep, fays Horace, muft firft weep himfelf. In reality, no Man can paint a Diftrefs well, which he doth hot...
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq;: ... continued

Henry Fielding - 1766
...education. Nor will all the qualities I have hitherto given my hiilorian avail him, unlefs he have what is generally meant by a good heart, and be capable of feeling. The author who will make me weep, fays Horace, mult firft weep hinifelf. In reality, no man can paint adiftrefs well, which he doth not...
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: With the Life of the Author, Volumen8

Henry Fielding - 1771
...education. Nor will all the qualities I have hitherto given my hiftorian avail him, unlefs he have what is generally meant by a good heart, and be capable of feeling. The author who will make me weep, fays Horace, mu.'t firft weep himielf. In reality, no man cm paint a dillrefs well, which he doth not...
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The novelist's magazine

1781
...and education. Nor will all the qualities I have hitherto given my hiltumn avail him, «nlefs he have what is generally meant by a good heart, and be capable...of feeling. ' The author who will make ' me weep,' fays Horace, ' muft firflr * weephimfelf.' In reality, no man can paint a diftrefs well, which he doth...
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: With the Life of the Author. In ..., Volumen8

Henry Fielding - 1783
...who will make me weep, fays Horace, mud firft weep himfelf. In reality, no man can paint a diftrefs well, which he doth not feel while he is painting it ; nor do I doubt, but that themoft pathetic and affefting fcenes have been writ with tears. In the fame manner it is With the...
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The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling. By Henry Fielding, Esq; In Four ...

Henry Fielding - 1791
...education. Nor will all the qualities I have hitherto given my hiftorian avail him, unlefs he have what is generally meant by a good heart, and be capable of feeling. The author who will make me weep, fays Horace, muft firft weep himfelf. In reality, no man can paint a diftrefs well, which he does not...
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Tom Jones

Henry Fielding, Arthur Murphy - 1806
...education. Nor will all the qualities I have hitherto given my historian avail him, unless he have what is generally meant by a good heart, and be capable of feeling. The author who will make mo weep, says Horace, must first weep himself. In realitj^, no man can paint a distress well, which...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volumen2

Isaac Disraeli - 1807
...perceived the effects, to believe it was not short of divine inspiration. Fielding says, " I do not doubt but that the most pathetic and affecting .scenes have been writ with tears." He perhaps would have been pleased to have confirmed his observation by the following circumstances....
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The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, Volumen1

Henry Fielding - 1809
...a good heart, and he capahle of feeling. The anthor who will make me weep, says Horace, mnst lirst weep himself. In reality, no man can paint a distress...he doth not feel while he is painting it; nor do I douht, hnt that the most pathetic and affecting scenes have heen writ with tears. In the same mauner...
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