Pamela, Clarissa Harlowe, And Sir Charles Grandison In Three Volumes, To Which Is Prefixed A Memoir Of The Life Of The AuthorAn yet I am humb y of opinion with the poet, He can too near, who comes to bea#39; denya#39;d. ... But permit me to observe, wit regard to the most contem tible of the species, fops, coxcombs, and pretty fe ows, that many a good ... a#39;Tis natural it should be so ; for should not the man of body take the test care to set out and adorn the part for which he thinks himself most valuable? ... But to return to the former subject, (for the general attention encouraged me to proceed, ) permit me, Miss Sutton, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Novels Of Samuel Richardson, Esq|
|Publisher||:||Рипол Классик - 1998|