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" Two circumstances, in particular, recalled my recollection of the mislaid manuscript. The first was the extended and well-merited fame of Miss Edgeworth, whose Irish characters have gone so far to make the English familiar with the character of their... "
The Lady's magazine (and museum). Improved ser., enlarged - 第 74 頁
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, 第 4 卷

1896
...masterpieces. Castle Rack-rent ( 1800), The Absentee ( 1812), and Onnond (1817). These, Scott says, 'have gone so far to make the English familiar with the character of their guy and kind-hearted neighbours of Ireland, that she may be truly said to have done more towards completing...
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Waverley: Or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since

Walter Scott - 1907 - 450 頁
...indolent to attempt to write it anew from memory, I as often laid aside all thoughts of that nature. Two circumstances, in particular, recalled my recollection...Edgeworth, whose Irish characters have gone so far toTnaEeThe English familiar with the character of their gay and kind-hearted neighbours of Ireland,...
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1825-1854

Charles Wells Moulton - 1910
...present day. —EVERETT, EDWARD, 1823, Miss Edgeworth, North American Review, vol. 17, pp. 388, 389. Two circumstances, in particular, recalled my recollection...gay and kindhearted neighbours of Ireland, that she maybe truly said to have done more towards completing the Union than perhaps all the legislative enactments...
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English Literature: an Introduction and Guide to the Best English Books: a ...

Edwin Lillie Miller - 1917 - 597 頁
...1800; " The Absentee," 1812, and " Ormond," 1817. Of these three novels Sir Walter Scott said: " They have gone so far to make the English familiar with the character of their gay and kind-hearted neighbors of Ireland that she may be truly said to have done more toward completing the Union perhaps...
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A Critical History of English Literature: The Restoration to 1800, 第 3 卷

David Daiches - 1979 - 319 頁
...(1829), Scott recalled that he was led to remember and take up again the original fragment of Waverley by "the extended and well-merited fame of Miss Edgeworth,...their gay and kind-hearted neighbours of Ireland," and he went on to talk of her "rich humour, pathetic tenderness, and admirable tact," adding that "I...
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Realismustheorien in England (1692-1919)

Walter F. Greiner, Fritz Kemmler - 1997 - 230 頁
...Vorbildcharakter der irischen Romane Maria Edgeworths für seine historischen Schottland-Romane; er würdigt "the extended and well-merited fame of Miss Edgeworth,...their gay and kind-hearted neighbours of Ireland. [. . .]! felt that something might be attempted for my own country, of the same kind with that which...
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Being Elsewhere: Tourism, Consumer Culture, and Identity in Modern Europe ...

Shelley Baranowski, Ellen Furlough - 2001 - 382 頁
...Maria Edgeworth's earlier effort (in works such as Castle Rackrent [1800] and The Absentee [1812]) to "make the English familiar with the character of...their gay and kind-hearted neighbours of Ireland" — an effort so successful "that she may truly be said to have done more towards completing the Union...
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Across the Margins: Cultural Identity and Change in the Atlantic Archipelago

Glenda Norquay, Gerry Smyth, Reader in Cultural History Gerry Smyth - 2002 - 214 頁
...writer Maria Edgeworth, and particularly her f1rst novel Castle Rackrent published in 1800. He noted: the extended and well-merited fame of Miss Edgeworth,...gone so far to make the English familiar with the characters of their gay and kind-hearted neighbours of Ireland, that she may be truly said to have...
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Irish Fiction: An Introduction

Kersti Tarien Powell - 2004 - 217 頁
...of the Union. As Scott said in his "General Preface" to the 1 829 edition of Waverley, Edgeworth's Irish characters "have gone so far to make the English...and kindhearted neighbours of Ireland, that she may truly said to have done more towards completing the Union, than perhaps all the legislative enactments...
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An Uncomfortable Authority: Maria Edgeworth and Her Contexts

Heidi Kaufman, Christopher J. Fauske - 2004 - 290 頁
...Edgeworth's favorable impression on Scott: "Two circumstances in particular recalled my recollection of my mislaid manuscript. The first was the extended and well-merited fame of Miss Edgeworth. "IH We also have his confession in a private letter to Edgeworth, written under the pretense that he...
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