Treatise on the Imitative Arts

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"Thursday March 16th. [...] Read the Life of Adam Smith [makes notes on this] [...] In Smith"s Treatise concerning the Imitative Arts I find the following: ""The Minuet, where the Lady passes & repasses the Gentleman, then gives him one hand and then another, and at last both, is supposed to be a[...] Moorish dance emblematic of the passion of love."" So little did our prudish grandmother"s [sic] know what they were about."

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See p.134 n.14 in source for details on edition of text probably read here.

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See p.134 n.14 in source for details on edition of text probably read here.

How to cite this record

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/68867
Accessed on 2019/12/09 19:35:30

Related place
Italy
Related people
Clairmont, Claire
Related text or manuscript
The Journals of Claire Clairmont
Related place
Italy
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