Paradise Lost

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Paradise Lost

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"[underlined] My [end underlining] favorite passage in [underlined] Il Paradiso Perduto [end underlining] is this - When our good old grand pa", Adam, and the Angel Gabriel are discoursing over the repast Eve had set before them, Milton, to put our minds at ease as to the ill consequences of such dawdling, kindly tells us - the meal consisting wholly of fruits ""No fear lest dinner cool!"" - In ""Paradise Regained"", however, there is an address from the Devil to our Saviour worth its weight in gold - meeting him in the Wilderness, & affecting not to know him, he begins a conversation thus - ""Sir, by what ill chance &c - Now that [twice underlined] Sir [end underlining] appears to me the very acme of burlesque - and sets me a shouting every time it comes into my head. - My two dear grown-ups, Miss Wilbraham, & Miss Eliza, who as well as me read [underlined] both [end underlining] Paradises last winter doat upon [twice underlined] Sir [end underlining] as much as I do: - and whenever we prate over fruit luncheons, apologise for it by saying - ""No fear lest luncheon cool""."

Source

Letters of Sarah Harriet Burney, The

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Notes
letter to Charlotte Francis, spring or summer 1804. Burney was governess to the daughters of Cheshire MP George Wilbraham.

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Accessed on 2020/02/26 21:27:56

Related place
England
Related people
Burney, Sarah Harriet
Related text or manuscript
Letters of Sarah Harriet Burney, The
Related place
England
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Paradise Lost

Reading experience
Identifer:
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Evidence

"[underlined] My [end underlining] favorite passage in [underlined] Il Paradiso Perduto [end underlining] is this - When our good old grand pa", Adam, and the Angel Gabriel are discoursing over the repast Eve had set before them, Milton, to put our minds at ease as to the ill consequences of such dawdling, kindly tells us - the meal consisting wholly of fruits ""No fear lest dinner cool!"" - In ""Paradise Regained"", however, there is an address from the Devil to our Saviour worth its weight in gold - meeting him in the Wilderness, & affecting not to know him, he begins a conversation thus - ""Sir, by what ill chance &c - Now that [twice underlined] Sir [end underlining] appears to me the very acme of burlesque - and sets me a shouting every time it comes into my head. - My two dear grown-ups, Miss Wilbraham, & Miss Eliza, who as well as me read [underlined] both [end underlining] Paradises last winter doat upon [twice underlined] Sir [end underlining] as much as I do: - and whenever we prate over fruit luncheons, apologise for it by saying - ""No fear lest luncheon cool""."

Source

Letters of Sarah Harriet Burney, The

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Burney, Sarah Harriet
Aged 31-32 [Experience was between 1803 and 1804, born in 1772]

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letter to Charlotte Francis, spring or summer 1804. Burney was governess to the daughters of Cheshire MP George Wilbraham.

How to cite this record

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/72294
Accessed on 2020/02/26 21:27:56

Related place
England
Related people
Burney, Sarah Harriet
Related text or manuscript
Letters of Sarah Harriet Burney, The
Related place
England
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