History Quotes / DeathbedConfession

13th May '15 3:50:56 PM Adept
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-->-- '''Creator/GeorgeEliot''', ''SillyNovelsByLadyNovelists''

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-->-- '''Creator/GeorgeEliot''', ''SillyNovelsByLadyNovelists''''Literature/SillyNovelsByLadyNovelists''
6th Jan '14 5:30:16 PM Goldfritha
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-->'''Creator/GeorgeEliot''', ''SillyNovelsByLadyNovelists''

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-->'''Creator/GeorgeEliot''', -->-- '''Creator/GeorgeEliot''', ''SillyNovelsByLadyNovelists''
21st Oct '12 2:19:11 PM nombretomado
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-->'''GeorgeEliot''', ''SillyNovelsByLadyNovelists''

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-->'''GeorgeEliot''', -->'''Creator/GeorgeEliot''', ''SillyNovelsByLadyNovelists''
5th Feb '12 9:49:04 AM Goldfritha
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->Here, and throughout the story, we see that confusion of purpose which is so characteristic of silly novels written by women. It is a story of quite modern drawing-room society–a society in which polkas are played and Puseyism discussed; yet we have characters, and incidents, and traits of manner introduced, which are mere shreds from the most heterogeneous romances. . . we have a crazy gipsy, in a scarlet cloak, singing snatches of romantic song, and revealing a secret on her deathbed which, with the testimony of a dwarfish miserly merchant, who salutes strangers with a curse and a devilish laugh, goes to prove that Ernest, the model young clergyman, is Kate's brother;

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->Here, and throughout the story, we see that confusion of purpose which is so characteristic of silly novels written by women. It is a story of quite modern drawing-room society–a society in which polkas are played and Puseyism discussed; yet we have characters, and incidents, and traits of manner introduced, which are mere shreds from the most heterogeneous romances. . . we have a crazy gipsy, in a scarlet cloak, singing snatches of romantic song, and revealing a secret on her deathbed which, with the testimony of a dwarfish miserly merchant, who salutes strangers with a curse {{curse}} and a devilish laugh, goes to prove that Ernest, the model young clergyman, is Kate's brother;
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