Letters from a Lady at Paris to a Lady at Avignon

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Letters from a Lady at Paris to a Lady at Avignon

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"Ten thousand thanks to you for Madame de Noyer"s Letters; I wish Signor Roselli may be as diverting to you as [italics] she [italics]has been to me. The stories are very extraordinary, but I know not whether she has not added a few [italics] agremens [italics] of invention to them: however, there is some truth. I have been told, in particular, that the history of the fair unfortunate Madame de Barbesierre is so, by people who could not be suspected of romancing. Don"t you think that the court of England would furnish stories as entertaining? Say nothing of my malice; but I cannot help wishing that Madame de Noyer would turn her thoughts a little that way. I fancy she would succeed better than the authoress of the ""New Atalantis"". I am sure I like her method much better, which has, I think, hit that difficult path between the gay and the severe, and is neither too loose, nor affected by pride."

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/63785
Accessed on 2020/08/13 20:01:44

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Letters from a Lady at Paris to a Lady at Avignon

Reading experience
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ukred-12284

Evidence

"Ten thousand thanks to you for Madame de Noyer"s Letters; I wish Signor Roselli may be as diverting to you as [italics] she [italics]has been to me. The stories are very extraordinary, but I know not whether she has not added a few [italics] agremens [italics] of invention to them: however, there is some truth. I have been told, in particular, that the history of the fair unfortunate Madame de Barbesierre is so, by people who could not be suspected of romancing. Don"t you think that the court of England would furnish stories as entertaining? Say nothing of my malice; but I cannot help wishing that Madame de Noyer would turn her thoughts a little that way. I fancy she would succeed better than the authoress of the ""New Atalantis"". I am sure I like her method much better, which has, I think, hit that difficult path between the gay and the severe, and is neither too loose, nor affected by pride."

Source

Letters from the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1709 to 1762

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Letters from the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1709 to 1762
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/63785
Accessed on 2020/08/13 20:01:44

Related place
England
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