New PDF release: Bartlett's Shakespeare Quotations
By Justin Kaplan, John Bartlett
From the quote afficionado to the historic researcher, enthusiasts of Bartlett's can be delighted to work out this version of quotations from the nice William Shakespeare. accumulating costs from his many works into one appealing quantity, Bartlett's Shakespeare Quotations is key as a reference device and makes for a few great shopping. prices culled from Bartlett's usual Quotations are organised via play or sonnet in chronological order and trap a special view of Shakespeare's lifestyles and paintings. From King Henry VI to The Tempest (and even the epitaph on his grave) this quantity will pride either researchers and informal readers because it highlights essentially the most beguiling and cherished playwrights in historical past.
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1 The Italian endearment ('dear husband') is associated indelibly in the reader's mind with Mrs Elton (née Augusta Hawkins)—heiress of Bristol, whose money is very new and breeding rather dubious. ') in tow as her newly wed husband. Among the flood of offensive things which Mrs Elton pours out to Emma (whom she regards as a bested opponent in love) one remark causes unforgivable offence. Mrs Elton is talking of the descriptions her husband has given her of his circle at Highbury. ' "My friend Knightley" had been so often mentioned,' she tells Emma, 'that I was really impatient to see him; and I must do my caro sposo the justice to say that he need not be ashamed of his friend' (p.
Over the five years of our acquaintance with her, Fanny avoids pregnancy when it would be professionally inconvenient. She becomes pregnant when (as she wrongly thinks) it will coerce Charles into marriage. She has legitimate children after marriage. How does she control her reproductive functions so efficiently? Fanny Hill is unusual among works of popular pornography in that it Fanny Hill 17 does not assume that the sexual act has no consequences— venereal disease and pregnancy are always darkening the edge of the heroine's 'pleasures'.
Not caro sposo, that is, but the ungrammatical cara sposo. The next time Mrs Elton uses the jarring term is after having received some routine courtesy from Emma's father over dinner. If anything, the notion that her aged Emma 39 parent might be sexually interested in Mrs Elton infuriates the heroine even more than the gross impertinence about 'my friend Knightley\ 'I wish you had heard his gallant speeches to me at dinner,' Mrs Elton tells a frozenfaced Miss Woodhouse. 'Oh! I assure you I begin to think my car a sposa would be absolutely jealous.