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" I grant you — a sort of unlicked, incondite things — villainously pranked in an affected array of antique modes and phrases. They had not been his, if they had been other than such ; and better it is, that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing... "
The prose works of Charles Lamb - PÓgina vi
per Charles Lamb - 1836
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Nonfictional Romantic Prose: Expanding Borders

Steven P. Sondrup, Virgil Nemoianu, Gerald Gillespie - 2004 - 477 pÓgines
...Montaigne: "They had not been his, if they had been other than such; and better it is that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing quaintness, than...naturalness (so called) that should be strange to him" (135). Montaigne's argument for sincerity is transferred to nineteenth-century London, seeming to parody...
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Charles Lamb and His Contemporaries

Charles Lamb, Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch - 1924 - 121 pÓgines
...and phrases. They had not been his, if they had been other than such; and better it is, that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing quaintness, than...naturalness (so called) that should be strange to him". And yet surely he has insisted on his archaisms too often; the audacious curiosity of circumlocutions...
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lamb's criticism

Charles Lamb
...and phrases. They had not been his, if they had been other than such; and better it is, that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing quaintness, than...naturalness (so called) that should be strange to him. Preface to The Last Essays of Elia. 1823. 106 BYRON— SHELLEY— JOHN CLARE BYRON I never can make...
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charles lamb

...and phrases. They had not been his, if they had been other than such; and better it is, that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing quaintness, than...naturalness (so called) that should be strange to him". And yet surely he has insisted on his archaisms too often; the audacious curiosity of circumlocutions...
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Quarterly Review, Volums 53-54

1835
...and phrases. They had not been his if they had been other than such ; and better it is that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing quaintness, than...naturalness (so called) that should be strange to him.' Very early in life, Lamb had been directed, by his senior schoolfellow, Coleridge, to the perusal of...
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The Quarterly Review, Volum 54

1835
...and phrases. They had not been Ins if they had heen other than such ; and better it is that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing quaintness, than to affect a naturalness (so called) that should he strange to him.' Very early in life, Lamb had been directed, by his senior schoolfellow, Coleridge,...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volum 75

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1867
...and phrases. They had not been his, if they had bcen other than such ; and better it is that a writer should be natural in a self-pleasing quaintness than to affect a naturalness (so-called) that should be strange to him. Lamb has likewise left us plenty of hints scattered up and...
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