Vivian Grey

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Vivian Grey

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Robert Browning to Elizabeth Barrett, letter postmarked 30 April 1845: "You ask me questions, ""if I like novels,"" [...] There is a story of D"Israeli"s, an old one, with an episode of strange interest, or so I found it years ago, -- well, you go breathlessly on with the people of it, page after page, till at last the end [italics]must[end italics] come, you feel -- and the tangled threads draw to one, and an out-of-door feast in the woods helps you .. that is, helps them, the people, wonderfully on and lo, dinner is done, and Vivian Grey is here, and Violet Fane there [...] At this moment, Mr Somebody, a good man [...] ""in answer from a question from Violet, drew from his pocket a small, neatly written manuscript, and, seating himself on an inverted wine-cooler, proceeded to read the following brief remarks upon the characteristics of the Maeso-gothic literature"" -- This ends the page, -- which you don"t turn at once! But when you [italics]do[end italics], in bitterness of soul, turn it, you read -- ""On consideration, I"" (Ben, himself) ""shall keep them for Mr Colburn"s "New Magazine"" -- and deeply you draw thankful breath!"

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Browning alludes to passage in Book V, chapter 15 in text.

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Vivian Grey

Reading experience
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Evidence

Robert Browning to Elizabeth Barrett, letter postmarked 30 April 1845: "You ask me questions, ""if I like novels,"" [...] There is a story of D"Israeli"s, an old one, with an episode of strange interest, or so I found it years ago, -- well, you go breathlessly on with the people of it, page after page, till at last the end [italics]must[end italics] come, you feel -- and the tangled threads draw to one, and an out-of-door feast in the woods helps you .. that is, helps them, the people, wonderfully on and lo, dinner is done, and Vivian Grey is here, and Violet Fane there [...] At this moment, Mr Somebody, a good man [...] ""in answer from a question from Violet, drew from his pocket a small, neatly written manuscript, and, seating himself on an inverted wine-cooler, proceeded to read the following brief remarks upon the characteristics of the Maeso-gothic literature"" -- This ends the page, -- which you don"t turn at once! But when you [italics]do[end italics], in bitterness of soul, turn it, you read -- ""On consideration, I"" (Ben, himself) ""shall keep them for Mr Colburn"s "New Magazine"" -- and deeply you draw thankful breath!"

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Browning alludes to passage in Book V, chapter 15 in text.

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:

The Brownings' Correspondence
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/75405
Accessed on 2019/11/13 18:07:58

Related place
Unknown
Related people
Browning, Robert
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The Brownings' Correspondence
Related place
Unknown
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