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" By destroying the domestic affections, what an addition will be made to human happiness ! And when man is no longer corrupted by the tender and endearing ties of brother, sister, wife, and child, how greatly will his dispositions be meliorated. "
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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The European Magazine: And London Review, Nide 30

1796
...!— By dtflroying the domeftic af. ft et ions, what an addition will be made to human happiue!'s I And when man is no longer corrupted by the tender and endearing ties of brother, lifter, wife, and child, how greatly w¡H his difpofitions be meliorated ! The ftar of punilhment,...

Jane Austen: Women, Politics, and the Novel

Claudia L. Johnson - 1990 - 212 sivua
...according as she has had sufficient energy to break its mean restraints. ... By destroying the domestic affections, what an addition will be made to human...child, how greatly will his dispositions be meliorated. "3 The radical critique of the family per se that is ridiculed here called attention to the possible...
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Jane Austen: Women, Politics, and the Novel

Claudia L. Johnson - 1990 - 212 sivua
...break its mean restraints. ... By destroying the domestic affections; what an addition will t>? mad? to human happiness! And when man is no longer corrupted...greatly will his dispositions be meliorated.' The radical critique of the family per se that is ridiculed here called attention to the possible narrowing...
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