Florence Macarthy

Titre : Florence Macarthy
Auteur : Lady Morgan (Sydney)
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : KBNL:KBNL03000115096
Libération : 1819

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Florence Macarthy an Irish Tale 5 Ed

Titre : Florence Macarthy an Irish Tale 5 Ed
Auteur : Sidney Lady Morgan (nee Owenson)
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : ONB:+Z167521301
Libération : 1819

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Florence Macarthy An Irish Tale

Titre : Florence Macarthy An Irish Tale
Auteur : Jenny McAuley
Éditeur : Routledge
ISBN-13 : 9781317304111
Libération : 2015-09-30

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This is the first modern scholarly edition of Florence Macarthy: An Irish Tale (1818). Owenson's seventh novel, it is the most sophisticated of her four 'national tales'. Owenson combined conventional romance plotlines with the political and social problems in Ireland, following the passing of the Act of Union in 1800.

Florence Macarthy

Titre : Florence Macarthy
Auteur : Morgan (Sydney)
Éditeur : BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN-13 : 111035388X
Libération : 2009-05

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FLORENCE MACARTHY

Titre : FLORENCE MACARTHY
Auteur : Lady (Sydney) 1783-1859 Morgan
Éditeur : Wentworth Press
ISBN-13 : 1362384186
Libération : 2016-08-26

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Florence Macarthy

Titre : Florence Macarthy
Auteur : Lady Morgan (Sydney)
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 1315649470
Libération : 2012

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Florence Macarthy

Titre : Florence Macarthy
Auteur : Sydney Morgan
Éditeur : Theclassics.Us
ISBN-13 : 123031265X
Libération : 2013-09

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1819 edition. Excerpt: ... while the party-stood waiting for Lady Dunore to join them, Lord Rosbrin proposed reciting " Collin's Ode on the Passions," which was by common consent over-ruled in favour of his imitations of the favourite actors of the day. With Miss Craw-ley's scarf bound round his head, a cashmir of Lady Georgina's wound round his body, a row of candles placed at his feet, and the company circled round him, he gave a very close imitation of some of the best modem tragedians, in the parts of Othello, Richard HI. Macbeth, and Hamlet, successively. This imitation was, in. deed, so faithful, that it not only rendered look for look, and tone for tone, but every inflection, . gesture, and grimace, was preserved precisely the same s in the original he copied. It was curious, however, to observe, that the representation., which in public had ex-cited admiration, in private elicited only ridicule: that, which on the stage was calledne acting, was in the drawing-room rank buffoonery; and tones, gurgling in the throat, as in a cauldron, heaved from the lungs as from a sepulchre, or growled forth from lips dis-tortingly compressed, with a chin elevated to the nose, an eye sunk under a projected brow, or starting from itr socket, and teeth ground, till they are almost broken, with starts, pauses, groans, strides, drags, drawls, and contortions, . so often termed "true to nature" and " original conceptions" when viewed on a great theatre, and with a mind ruled by conventional judgment, now, when exhibited in the midst of real life, appeared ludicrous, broad, and coarse, as scene-painting compared to the cabinet pictures of a master. The audience could, however, have " better spared a better man;" for if the tragic throes of Lord Rosbrin did not make them weep, it...

Florence Macarthy

Titre : Florence Macarthy
Auteur : Lady Morgan
Éditeur : Nabu Press
ISBN-13 : 129589226X
Libération : 2014-03

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Florence Macarthy An Irish Tale

Titre : Florence Macarthy An Irish Tale
Auteur : Lady Morgan
Éditeur : BiblioLife
ISBN-13 : 1117184560
Libération : 2009-11

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Florence Macarthy 1819

Titre : Florence Macarthy 1819
Auteur : Sydney Morgan
Éditeur : General Books
ISBN-13 : 0217476198
Libération : 2009-08

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1819. Excerpt: ... tuous spirits, and vivacious character habitually presided over the circle at Dunore. When the men, however, entered the drawing-room, they found it only occupied by Lady Georgina and Miss Crawley; the former, with her elegantly draped figure, lying apparently half asleep on a canopied couch; the latter, seated near her, was so occupied in some narration she was muttering, that the gentlemen had advanced into the middle of the room before she observed them. Lady Georgina, with a pretty affected start of astonishment, opened her soft, languid eyes, and made an effort to rise. Lord Rosbrin meantime hanging over her, exclaimed, -- "Her body sleeps in Captilet's monument, While her immortal part with. angels lives." "I think, ' said Lord Frederick, taking his coffee, and throwing himself S on a divan, near Lady Georgina, "we all appear to be buried in the tomb of the Capulets. I had no idea the divine Marchesa meant to consign us all to such immortal dulness. The castle of Le bois dormant faintly images the quietude of our provincial' chateau; and one of these fine days we shall all be found, by a new generation, fast asleep in the costume of the then last century, like the court of the Sleeping Beauty. We are already almost reduced aux muets entrepretes, and shall gradually fall into the eloquent silence of that roundeyed, tongue-tied Lady Clancare, who par parenthese, looks as if she were extracting us all for her common-place book, and will doubtless bring us out in hot-press, sans dire garT "I doubt she will ever bring out any thing half so good," said Conway Crawley: " as yet, that is not in her line; she has had too few opportunities of studying fashionable life to attempt any thing in that way. Her position here, at least, is so extremely obscure, that I believe the castle of Dunor...