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" My father, in the first agitations of his mind, on discovering your wicked, your shameful elopement, imprecated on his knees a fearful curse upon you. Tremble at the recital of it! No less, than 'that you may meet your punishment both here and hereafter,... "
The works of Samuel Richardson, with a prefatory chapter of biogr. criticism ... - Сторінка 384
автори: Samuel Richardson - 1883
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The History of Clarissa Harlowe: In a Series of Letters, Том 3

Samuel Richardson - 1811
...hereafter, by means of the very wretch ia ' whom you have chosen to place your wicked con' fidence.' Your clothes will not be sent you. You seem, by leaving...whenever you demanded them, but perhaps you could 290 think of nothing but meeting your fellow :— nothing bnt how to get off your forward self! —...
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Clarissa, ed. by E.S. Dallas, Том 2

Samuel Richardson - 1868
...at the recital of it ! — No less, than that you may meet your punishment, both here and hereafter, by means of the very wretch, in whom you have chosen to place your wicked confidence. you, he declares, like a common creature, if ever he sees you : and doubts not, that this will be your...
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The novels

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...at the recital of it!—No less,, than 'that you may meet your punishment both here and here'after, by means of the very wretch in whom you have ' chosen...perhaps you could think of nothing but meeting your fellow:—nothing but how to get off your forward self!—For everything seems to have been forgotten...
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Samuel Richardson

Jocelyn Harris - 1987 - 179 стор.
...realises even at St Albans, his thundered wish that she may meet her punishment 'both here and hereafter, by means of the very wretch in whom you have chosen to place your wicked confidence' (509) will be fulfilled in the same loveless/Lovelace lust imposed upon the fallen Adam and Eve. 'Here,'...
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Daughters, Fathers, and the Novel: The Sentimental Romance of Heterosexuality

Lynda Marie Zwinger - 1991 - 174 стор.
...and repeated to Clarissa by Arabella: " 'that you may meet your punishment, both here and hereafter, by means of the very wretch in whom you have chosen to place your wicked confidence' " (II 170). Clarissa responds to her father's curse with great apprehension and "vapourish despondency"...
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Critical Conditions: Regarding the Historical Moment

Michael Hays - 1992 - 152 стор.
...reverberates throughout the narrative: "that you may meet your punishment both here and hereafter, by means of the very wretch in whom you have chosen to place your wicked confidence" (2:170). Before considering Lovelace's marriage proposals, Clarissa makes one more attempt at reconciliation...
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The Language of the Heart, 1600-1750

Robert A. Erickson - 1997 - 273 стор.
...fearful curse upon you . . . No less than 'that you may meet your punishment, both here and hereafter, by means of the very wretch in whom you have chosen to place your wicked confidence' " (2 : 170). After receiving this letter, Clarissa writes to Anna Howe: "O my best, my only friend!...
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Impotent Fathers: Patriarchy and Demographic Crisis in the Eighteenth ...

Brian McCrea - 1998 - 242 стор.
..."imprecated ... a fearful curse upon you: .. . that you may meet your punishment both here and hereafter, by means of the very wretch in whom you have chosen to place your wicked confidence" (509). While we might read this curse as the patriarch's last attempt both to suppress the female voice...
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Passion and Virtue: Essays on the Novels of Samuel Richardson

David Blewett - 2001 - 344 стор.
...fearful Curse upon you. ... No less, than 'that you may meet your punishment, both hereand hereafter, by means of the very wretch, in whom you have chosen to place your wicked confidence'" (3:282; 509). After receiving this letter, Clarissa writes to Anna Howe: "O my best, my only friend!...
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Clarissa: History of a Young Lady: Easyread Edition

Samuel Richardson - 2006 - 416 стор.
...Tremble at the recital of it! No less, than 'that you may meet your punishment both here and hereafter, by means of the very wretch in whom you have chosen...confidence.' Your clothes will not be sent you. You seen, by leaving them behind you, to have been secure of them, whenever you demanded them, but perhaps...
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