Distant praise, from whatever quarter, is not so delightful as that of a wife whom a man loves and esteems. Her approbation may be said to "come home to his bosom ;" and being so near, its effect is most sensible and permanent. Putnam's Monthly - 392 페이지1854전체보기
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Allen Reddick, Professor of English Literature Allen Reddick, Samuel Johnson - 1996 - 252 페이지
...concurs with this observation. After a few of the papers had been published, she remarked to her husband, "I thought very well of you before; but I did not imagine you could have written any thing equal to this."40 The heartfelt response is particularly poignant because we know of no other example of Tetty...
Catherine Neal Parke - 1991 - 178 페이지
...is pure wine." Elizabeth Johnson, whose opinion mattered to her husband, also admired these essays: "I thought very well of you before; but I did not imagine you could have written any thing equal to this."2 The Rambler was thus for its author a significant project in many different ways. By the time...