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" There's not a Hand in this town, sir, man, woman, or child, but has one ultimate object in life. That object is, to be fed on turtle soup and venison with a gold spoon. "
The New York Journal: An Illustrated Literary Periodical - 第 118 頁
1854
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The Uncommercial Traveller: Hard Times

Charles Dickens - 1908 - 273 頁
...have never Been oue of the unreasonable ones. You don't expect to be set up in a coach and six, and to be fed on turtle soup and venison, with a gold spoon, as a good many of 'em do! " Mr. Bounderby always represented this to be the sole, immediate, and direct...
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Jeremy Bentham: Critical Assessments, 第 3 卷

Bhikhu C. Parekh - 1993 - 1104 頁
...and direct object of any Hand who was not entirely satisfied" to be "set up in a coach and six, and to be fed on turtle soup and venison, with a gold spoon" (Norton, p. 54). "Another prevalent fiction" in Coketown takes "the form of a threat": whenever the...
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Hard Times (MAXNotes Literature Guides)

Oliver Conant - 2015 - 140 頁
...Bounderby's attitude toward his employees 1 . Belief that they all want "to be set up in a coach and six, and to be fed on turtle soup and venison, with a gold spoon" 2. High-handed dismissal of Blackpool 3. Automatic suspicion of Blackpool 4. Belief that Coketowris...
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Who's who in Dickens

Donald Hawes, Former Head of Language and Literature Department Donald Hawes, David Parker - 1998 - 278 頁
...latter is not as 'unreasonable' as the others: 'You don't expect to be set up in a coach and six, and to be fed on turtle soup and venison, with a gold spoon as a good many of 'em do!' He employs Tom Gradgrind at the Bank and marries the young Louisa Gradgrind,...
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Hard Times: For These Times

Heidi Stillman - 2003 - 135 頁
...do. HARTHOUSE: Perfectly right, Mr. Bounderby. BOUNDERBY: As to our Hands, sir, their one object is to be fed on turtle soup and venison with a gold spoon. They're complaining and plotting some nefarious action as we speak! But they're not a-going to get...
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The Shorter Novels of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 2004 - 1310 頁
...be fed on turtle soup and venison with a gold spoon. Now, they're not a going - none of 'em - ever to be fed on turtle soup and venison with a gold spoon. And now you know the place.' Mr Harthouse professed himself in the highest degree instructed and refreshed,...
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Labor and Workplace Issues in Literature

Claudia Durst Johnson - 2006 - 183 頁
...does to Stephen on his first visit, that unhappy workers want "to be set up in a coach and six, and to be fed on turtle soup and venison, with a gold spoon" (57). He later tells Harthouse that this is the single aim of every hand, man, woman, and child. Furthermore,...
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Consuming Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century: Narratives of Consumption ...

Tamara S. Wagner, Narin Hassan - 2007 - 290 頁
...that nonetheless address simple, instinctive states of comfort and satiety. "There's not," he claims, "a Hand in this town, Sir, man, woman, or child, but...fed on turtle soup and venison with a gold spoon" (96). In Bounderby's sweeping vision of Coketown, the hunger for luxury is more than an apt metaphor...
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Seed Cake and Honey Prawns: Fashion and Fad in Australian Food

Colin Bannerman - 2008 - 141 頁
...example, Mr Bounderby exclaimed: There is not a Hand in this town, sir, man, woman, or child, that has but one ultimate object in life. That object is, to be fed on turtle soup and venison with a gold spoon.9 David Copperfield, planning his first dissipation as a young gentleman in rooms, thought it...
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Hard Times: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition

Charles Dickens - 2009 - 300 頁
...Which we're not a-going to do.' 'Mr. Bounderby, perfectly right.' 'Lastly,' said Bounderby, 'as to our Hands. There's not a Hand in this town, sir, man,...venison with a gold spoon. And now you know the place.' 250 Mr. Harthouse professed himself in the highest degree instructed and refreshed, by this condensed...
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