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" Not more bold than faithful. It was his cook that he saw; or it was Mrs. Gill, as I have seen her, making custards, in the heat of summer, in the cool dairy, with rose-trees and nasturtiums about the latticed window, preparing a cold collation for the... "
The New monthly belle assemblée - Sivu 365
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Shirley: A Tale, Nide 2

Charlotte Brontë - 1849 - 412 sivua
...and tarnished armies passed rank and file before him. Milton tried to see the first woman; but, Cary, he saw her not." "You are bold to say so, Shirley."...— preserves, and 'dulcet creams' — puzzled 'what ehoice to choose for delicacy best; what order so contrived as not to mix tastes, not well-joined,...

Shirley, by Currer Bell, Nide 2

Charlotte Brontë - 1849
...nd tarnished armies passed rank and file before him. Milton tried to see the first woman; but, Gary, he saw her not." " You are bold to say so, Shirley."...latticed window, preparing a cold collation for the Rectors,—preserves, and ' dulcet creams' — puzzled ' what choice to choose for delicacy best; what...

the edinburgh review, of critical journal

charles black - 1850
...tarnished armies passed rank and file before him. Milton tried, too, to see the first woman ; but, Cary, he saw her not." '" You are bold to say so, Shirley."...custards. In the heat of summer, in the cool dairy, with rose trees and nasturtiums about the latticed window, preparing a cold collation for the rector's preserves...

Shirley: A Tale

Charlotte Brontë - 1859 - 572 sivua
...first woman ; but, Cary, he saw her not." " Not more bold than faithful. It was his cook that he law : or it was Mrs. Gill, as I have seen her, making custards ia the heat of summer, in the cool dairy, with rose-trees and nasturtinms about the latticed window,...

A Hand-book of English Literature Intended for the Use of High Schools, as ...

Francis Henry Underwood - 1871 - 608 sivua
...tarnished armies passed, rank and file, before him. Milton tried to see the first woman ; but, Cary, he saw her not." "You are bold to say so, Shirley."...custards in the heat of summer, in the cool dairy, with rose trees and nasturtiums about the latticed window, preparing a cold collation for the rectors, —...

A Hand-book of English Literature: Intended for the Use of High Schools, as ...

Francis Henry Underwood - 1888 - 608 sivua
...tarnished armies passed, rank and file, before him. Milton tried to see the first woman ; but, Cary, he saw her not." "You are bold to say so, Shirley."...more bold than faithful. It was his cook that he saw: ot it was Mrs. Gill, as I have seen her, making custards in the heat of summer, in the cool dairy,...

The Works of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë, Nide 3

Charlotte Brontë - 1896
...tarnished armies passed rank and file before him. Milton tried to see the first woman ; but, Gary, he saw her not." " You are bold to say so, Shirley."...faithful. It was his cook that he saw ; or it was Mrs Gil], as I have seen her, making custards, in the heat of summer, in the cool dairy, with rose-trees...

Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, Jane Austen: Studies in Their Works

Henry Houston Bonnell - 1902 - 475 sivua
...tarnished armies passed rank and file before him. Milton tried to see the first woman ; but, Gary, he saw her not." " You are bold to say so, Shirley."...custards in the heat of summer, in the cool dairy, with rose trees and nasturtiums about the latticed window, preparing a cold collation for the Rectors. ......

Women's Re-visions of Shakespeare: On the Responses of Dickinson, Wooff ...

Marianne Novy - 1990 - 260 sivua
...repudiating both Genesis and Milton: "Milton tried to see the first woman; but, Gary, he saw her not. ... It was his cook that he saw; or it was Mrs. Gill. ... I would beg to remind him that the first men of the earth were Titans, and that Eve was their mother:...
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Their Fathers' Daughters: Hannah More, Maria Edgeworth, and Patriarchal ...

Elizabeth Kowaleski-Wallace - 1991 - 256 sivua
...woman; but, Gary, he saw her not." Whom, then, did Milton depict in Paradise Lost! According to Shirley, "it was his cook that he saw; or it was Mrs. Gill,...custards, in the heat of summer, in the cool dairy . . . preparing a cold collation for the rectors "(315). Rejecting Milton's Eve as the image of "his...
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