[poems]

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Reading experience
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"You can"t think how much I shall value Fireside Travels, (which only reached me during this past week,) now that I have got it of my ""very very own"" (as the children say,) and with that charming little bit of writing from you at the beginning. I don"t mean that I did not delight in the book from the very first time I read a page in it; but the sense of property in it gives a double value, and the sense of successful beggary is very charming, though perhaps I ought to be ashamed. Only I am [italics] not [end italics], because I [italics] am [end italics] successful. I have known you so long! I knew serious poems of yours long ago, - twenty years or so; but my personal knowledge of you began in Rome 1857, - when (did you know it?) you and one other went about with the dear Storys, and me and mine up and down Rome [in the sense, it seems, that Charles Eliot Norton spoke much of Lowell - this is elaborated on...] Well then the Bigelow papers - I think I could stand a Civil Service Examination in them; and we had three copies of our own, till a little daughter married, and carried off one."

Source

Letters of Mrs Gaskell, The

Text being read

EuRED : text status
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Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn
Aged 35-55 [Experience was between 1845 and 1865, born in 1810]

Details of the reading experience

Date of Reading Experience
January 1 1845 - September 8 1865
Time of Reading Experience
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Notes
Additional editor, Arthur Pollard. Letter from Mrs Gaskell to James R. Lowell.

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Related place
England
Related people
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn
Related text or manuscript
Letters of Mrs Gaskell, The
Related place
England
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[poems]

Reading experience
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Evidence

"You can"t think how much I shall value Fireside Travels, (which only reached me during this past week,) now that I have got it of my ""very very own"" (as the children say,) and with that charming little bit of writing from you at the beginning. I don"t mean that I did not delight in the book from the very first time I read a page in it; but the sense of property in it gives a double value, and the sense of successful beggary is very charming, though perhaps I ought to be ashamed. Only I am [italics] not [end italics], because I [italics] am [end italics] successful. I have known you so long! I knew serious poems of yours long ago, - twenty years or so; but my personal knowledge of you began in Rome 1857, - when (did you know it?) you and one other went about with the dear Storys, and me and mine up and down Rome [in the sense, it seems, that Charles Eliot Norton spoke much of Lowell - this is elaborated on...] Well then the Bigelow papers - I think I could stand a Civil Service Examination in them; and we had three copies of our own, till a little daughter married, and carried off one."

Source

Letters of Mrs Gaskell, The

Text being read

EuRED : text status
TST4
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Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn
Aged 35-55 [Experience was between 1845 and 1865, born in 1810]

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Date of Reading Experience
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Notes
Additional editor, Arthur Pollard. Letter from Mrs Gaskell to James R. Lowell.

How to cite this record

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Accessed on 2019/12/08 22:24:00

Related place
England
Related people
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn
Related text or manuscript
Letters of Mrs Gaskell, The
Related place
England
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