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" Zenobia's bloom, health, and vigor, which she possessed in such overflow that a man might well have fallen in love with her for their sake only. "
The Blithedale Romance - Stran 19
avtor: Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1852 - 288 strani
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The Living Age ..., Količina 40

1854
...of a woman, just on the hither verge of her richest maturity, with я combination of features which it is safe to call remarkably beautiful, even if some...enough of those attributes everywhere. Preferable — byway of variety, at least — was Zenobia'e health, bloom, and vigor, which she possessed in such...
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The North British Review, Količine 20–21

1854
...combination of features which it is safe to call remarkably beautiful, even if some fastidious nersons might pronounce them a little deficient in softness...Preferable —by way of variety, at least — was Zenobia's health, bloom, and vigour, which she possessed in such overflow that a man might well have fallen in...
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ESSAYS FROM THE LONDON TIMES

1852
...she is remarkably beautiful, nevertheless, and has such an overflow of bloom, health, and vigour, " that a man might well have fallen in love with her for their sake only." She is stately and imperious ; indolent in her quiet moods, but when in earnest, alive to her finger...
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Essays from the London Times: Second Series

Samuel Phillips - 1852 - 261 strani
...she is remarkably beautiful, nevertheless, and has such an overflow of bloom, health, and vigour, " that a man might well have fallen in love with her for their sake only." She is stately and imperious; indolent in her quiet moods, but when in earnest, alive to her finger...
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The Scarlet Letter: And The Blithedale Romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883 - 600 strani
...woman, just on the . J< hither verge of her richest maturity, with a combination of features which it is safe to call remarkably beautiful, even if some...health, and vigor, which she possessed in such overflow ili.it a man might well have fallen in love with her for their sake only. In her quiet moods, she seemed...
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The Scarlet Letter ; And, the Blithedale Romance

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1883 - 600 strani
...of a woman, just on the hither verge of her richest maturity, with a combination of features which it is safe to call remarkably beautiful, even if some...Preferable — by way of variety, at least — was Zencbia's bloom, health, and vigor, which she possessed in such overflow that a man might well have...
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The Complete Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Količina 8

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1900
...of a woman, just on the hither verge of her richest maturity, with a combination of features which it is safe to call remarkably beautiful, even if some fastidious persons might pronounce them ajittle deficient in softness and delicacy. But we find enough of those attributes everywhere. Preferable...
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Heroines of Fiction, Količina 0

William Dean Howells - 1901 - 410 strani
...of a woman, just on the hither verge of her richest maturity, with a combination of features which it is safe to call remarkably beautiful, even if some...them a little deficient in softness and delicacy." As we see her here Zenobia is always present to the fancy in a warm reality not affected even by that...
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Heredity as Treated by Some of the Principal New England Authors

Herman Churchill - 1902 - 166 strani
...combination of features which it is safe to call remarkably beautiful, even if some fastidious persona might pronounce them a little deficient in softness...Preferable — by way of variety at least — was Zenobia' s bloom, health and vigor, which she possessed in such overflow that a man might v;ell have...
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No Man's Land: The war of the words: The Place of the Woman Writer in the ...

Sandra M. Gilbert, Susan Gubar - 1988 - 320 strani
...frail, morbid, neurasthenic, while Zenobia is described as "an admirable figure of a woman," full of "bloom, health, and vigor, which she possessed in...might well have fallen in love with her for their sake onlv" (15—16). Finally, unlike Zenobia, who kills herself because of her love for Hollingsworth,...
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