Vie de Jacques de Lalaine

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Vie de Jacques de Lalaine

Reading experience
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Evidence

Sunday, 19 February 1826; "Being troubled with thick-coming fancies and a slight palpitation of the heart I have been reading the Chronicle of the Good Knight Messire Jacques de Lalain, curious but dull from the constant repetition of the same species of combats in the same stile and phrase [...] It passes the time however, especially in that listless mood when your mind is half on your book half on something else: you catch something to arrest the attention every now and then and what you miss is not worth going back upon. Idle man"s studies in short. [goes on to muse upon possibilities for own imaginative use of episodes in text]"

Source

The Journal of Sir Walter Scott

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Scott, Walter
Aged 55 [Experience in 1826, born in 1771]

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Notes
'Thick-coming fancies' an allusion to Macbeth V.3; entry written during period of financial difficulty.

How to cite this record

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Accessed on 2020/10/26 02:12:01

Related place
Scotland
Related people
Scott, Walter
Related text or manuscript
The Journal of Sir Walter Scott
Related place
Scotland
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Vie de Jacques de Lalaine

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-26575

Evidence

Sunday, 19 February 1826; "Being troubled with thick-coming fancies and a slight palpitation of the heart I have been reading the Chronicle of the Good Knight Messire Jacques de Lalain, curious but dull from the constant repetition of the same species of combats in the same stile and phrase [...] It passes the time however, especially in that listless mood when your mind is half on your book half on something else: you catch something to arrest the attention every now and then and what you miss is not worth going back upon. Idle man"s studies in short. [goes on to muse upon possibilities for own imaginative use of episodes in text]"

Source

The Journal of Sir Walter Scott

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Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Scott, Walter
Aged 55 [Experience in 1826, born in 1771]

Details of the reading experience

Date of Reading Experience
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Notes
'Thick-coming fancies' an allusion to Macbeth V.3; entry written during period of financial difficulty.

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 Journal of Sir Walter Scott
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/87080
Accessed on 2020/10/26 02:12:01

Related place
Scotland
Related people
Scott, Walter
Related text or manuscript
The Journal of Sir Walter Scott
Related place
Scotland
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the time however, especially in that listless mood when your mind is half on your book half on 
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