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" If it be a caricature, it is the result of a natural perversity of vision, not of an artful desire to mislead : but my attempt was to tell the truth, and I meant to tell it not unkindly. I have seen the bookseller whom Bludyer robbed of his books : I... "
Thackeray the humourist and the man of letters, including a selection from ... - 第 114 頁
John Camden Hotten 著 - 1864
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The North British review, 第 13 卷

1850
...insidious design on my part to flatter ' the non-literary class." If it be a caricature, it is the result of a natural perversity of vision, not of an...and wrong which takes place in our hearts and in the w orld ! It may be that I work out my moral ill, or it may be possibly that the critic of the Examiner...
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The North British Review, 第 13 卷

1850
...whom Bludyer robbed of his books : I have carried money, and from a noble brother man-of -letters, to some one not unlike Shandon in prison, and have...in our hearts and in the world ? It may be that I work out my moral ill, or it may be possibly that the critic of the Examiner fails in apprehension....
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The Men of the Time in 1852, Or, Sketches of Living Notables ...

1852 - 421 頁
...insidious design on my part to flatter ' the non-literary class." If it be a caricature, it is the result of a natural perversity of vision, not of an...may be that I worked out my moral ill, or it may be possibly that the critic of the ' Examiner ' fails in apprehension, lly efforts as an artist come perfectly...
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Men of the time ... or Sketches of living notables

Men - 1853 - 431 頁
...and insidious design on my part to flatter 'the non-literary class.' If it be a caricature, it is the result of a natural perversity of vision, not of an...may be that I worked out my moral ill, or it may be possibly that the critic of the ' Examiner ' fails in apprehension. My efforts as an artist come perfectly...
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Thackeray the Humourist and the Man of Letters: The Story of His Life and ...

John Camden Hotten - 1864 - 242 頁
...nor, surely, need the literary man be more squeamish about pensions, and ribands, and titles, than the result of a natural perversity of vision, not of an...wrong which takes place in our hearts and in the world 3 It may be that I worked out my moral ill, or it may be possible that the critic of the Examiner fails...
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anecdote biographies of thackeyray and dickens

richard henry stoddard - 1874
...and insidious design on my part to flatter ' the nonliterary class.' If it be a caricature, it is the result of a natural perversity of vision, not of an...ill, or it may be possible that the critic of the i Examiner ' fails in apprehension. My efforts as an artist come perfectly within his province as a...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Sketches and Reviews

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1885 - 468 頁
...to someone not unlike Shandon in prison, and have watched the beautiful devotion of his wife in that place. Why are these things not to be described, if...in our hearts and in the world ? It may be that I work out my moral ill, or it may possibly be that the critic of the Examiner fails in apprehension....
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, 第 25 卷

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1885
...to someone not unlike Shandon in prison, and have watched the beautiful devotion of his wife in that place. Why are these things not to be described, if...in our hearts and in the world ? It may be that I work out my moral ill, or it may possibly be that the critic of the Examiner fails in apprehension....
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The Complete Works of William Makepeace Thackeray: Miscellaneous papers and ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1889
...some one not unlike Shandon in prison, and have watched the beautiful devotion of his wife in that place. Why are these things not to be described, if...in our hearts and in the world ? It may be that I work out my moral ill, or it may possibly be that the critic of the Examiner fails in apprehension....
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The Life of William Makepeace Thackeray, 第 1 卷

Lewis Saul Benjamin - 1899
...bookseller whom Bludyer robbed of his books; I have carried money, and from a noble brother man of letters, to some one not unlike Shandon in prison, and have...artist come perfectly within his province as a censor; Jbut when Mr. Examiner says of a gentleman that he is "stooping to flatter a public prejudice"—which...
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