Edinburgh Review

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Edinburgh Review

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"A spendid constellation of Poets arose in the literary horizon - I looked around for Crabbe - Why does not he, who shines as brightly as any of these, add his lustre? - I had not long thought thus when, in an Edinburgh Review, I met with reflections similar to my own, which introduced the Parish Register - Oh, it was like the sweet voice of a long-lost friend! - and glad was I to hear that voice again in the Burrough! - still more in the tales, which appear to me excelling all that preceded them - Every work is so much in unison with our own feelings, that a wish [underlined twice] for information [end underlining] concerning them & their author, received into our hearts, is strongly excited". [Mary Leabeter later says that wishing to confirm her belief that "the pictures are drawn from life" motivated her to write]

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Assistant editor Rhonda Blair. Letter from Mary Leadbeter to George Crabbe

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Accessed on 2021/03/03 22:53:20

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Ireland
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Leadbeter, Mary
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Ireland
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Edinburgh Review

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-19560

Evidence

"A spendid constellation of Poets arose in the literary horizon - I looked around for Crabbe - Why does not he, who shines as brightly as any of these, add his lustre? - I had not long thought thus when, in an Edinburgh Review, I met with reflections similar to my own, which introduced the Parish Register - Oh, it was like the sweet voice of a long-lost friend! - and glad was I to hear that voice again in the Burrough! - still more in the tales, which appear to me excelling all that preceded them - Every work is so much in unison with our own feelings, that a wish [underlined twice] for information [end underlining] concerning them & their author, received into our hearts, is strongly excited". [Mary Leabeter later says that wishing to confirm her belief that "the pictures are drawn from life" motivated her to write]

Source

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Notes
Assistant editor Rhonda Blair. Letter from Mary Leadbeter to George Crabbe

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:

Selected Letters and Journals of George Crabbe
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/75596
Accessed on 2021/03/03 22:53:20

Related place
Ireland
Related people
Leadbeter, Mary
Related text or manuscript
Selected Letters and Journals of George Crabbe
Related place
Ireland
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