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Teokset Teokset 1 - 2 / 2 haulle Filial affection would, no doubt, be treated as a crime of a still deeper dye, but....
" Filial affection would, no doubt, be treated as a crime of a still deeper dye, but that, to prevent the possibility of such a breach of virtue, no man, in the age of reason, shall be able to guess who his father is, nor any woman to say to her husband,... "
Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah: Written Previous To, and ... - Sivu 185
tekijä(t) Elizabeth Hamilton - 1819 - 530 sivua
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Jane Austen: Women, Politics, and the Novel

Claudia L. Johnson - 1990 - 212 sivua
...happiness of all: "Benevolence will not then be heard of; gratitude will be considered as a crime. . . . Filial affection would, no doubt, be treated as a...guess who his father is, nor any woman to say to her husband, behold your son. Chastity, shall then be considered as a weakness and the virtue of a female...
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The Anti-Jacobin Novel: British Conservatism and the French Revolution

M. O. Grenby - 2001
...when filial affection would be a crime of the deepest dye, indeed would not even be possible since 'no man, in the age of reason, shall be able to guess who his father is; nor any woman to say to her husband, behold your son!' Chastity, the philosophers predicted, would be a weakness and female virtue...
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