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" ... have abundance of sentiment and feeling. If they happen to have faults or foibles, the spectator is taught not only to pardon, but to applaud them in consideration of the goodness of their hearts ; so that folly, instead of being ridiculed, is commended,... "
Select British Classics - Seite 152
1804
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Band 9

1786
...pardon, but to applaud them, in confideration of the goodnefs of iheir hearts ; fo that folly, inftead of being ridiculed, is commended, and the Comedy aims at touching our paffions without the power of being truly pathetic : in this manner we are likely to loie one great...
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A manual of essays, selected from various authors, Band 2

Manual - 1809
...the spectator is taught not only to pardon but to applaud them in consideration of the goodness of their hearts ; so that folly instead of being ridiculed...pathetic. In this manner we are likely to lose one great sourer of entertainment on the stage; for while the comic poet is invading the province of the tragic...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.

Oliver Goldsmith - 1809
...consideration of the goodness of their hearts ; so that Folly, instead of being ridiculed, is commended, i»nd the Comedy aims at touching our passions without the power of being truly pathetic. In this maSiner we are likely <to lose one great source of entertainment on the Stage ; for while the Comic...
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Essays, on miscellaneous subjects; with An enquiry into the present state of ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1818 - 270 Seiten
...the spectator is taught not only to pardon, but to applaud them, in Consideration of the goodness of their hearts; so that folly, instead of being ridiculed,...manner, we are likely to lose one great source of entertainim'nt on the stage; for while the comic poet is invading the province of the tragic muse,...
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Essays and The Bee, Bände 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1820
...only to pardon, but to applaud them, in consideration of the goodness of their hearts; so that felly, instead of being ridiculed, is commended, and the...power of being truly pathetic. In this manner we are liker ly to lose one great source of entertainvoi.. in. 16 ment on the stage; for while the comic poet...
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The Miscellaneous Works of O.G.: To which is Prefixed Some Account of His ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1840 - 458 Seiten
...ths spectator is taught, not only to pardon, but to applaud them, in consideration of the goodness of their hearts ; so that folly, instead of being ridiculed,...the power of being truly pathetic. In this manner \ve are likely to lose one great source of entertainment on the stage ; for while the comic poet is...
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The Churchman's companion, Bände 11-12

...the spectator is taught, not only to pardon, but to applaud them, in consideration of the goodness of their hearts; so that folly, instead of being ridiculed,...the stage ; for while the comic poet is invading the region of the tragic muse, he leaves her lively sister quite neglected. Of this, however, he is noways...
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Oliver Gold- smith

Washington Irving - 1849
...the spectator is taught not only to pardon, but to applaud them in consideration of the goodness of their hearts; so that folly, instead of being ridiculed,...invading the province of the tragic muse, he leaves her lively sister quite neglected. Of this, however, he is no ways solicitous, as he measures his fame...
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Works, Band 7

Washington Irving - 1849
...the spectator is taught not only to pardon, but to applaud them in consideration of the goodness of their hearts ; so that folly, instead of being ridiculed,...aims at touching our passions, without the power of PROJECT Of A COMEDY. 213 being truly pathetic. In this manner we are likely to lose one great source...
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Works, Band 11

Washington Irving - 1851
...the spectator is taught not only to pardon, but to applaud them in consideration of the goodness of their hearts ; so that folly, instead of being ridiculed,...invading the province of the tragic muse, he leaves her lively sister quite neglected. Of this, however, he is no ways solicitous, as he measures his fame...
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