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The night was dark and wet; but I had scarce touched the ground when I was lifted suddenly from it by Sir Clement Willoughby, who begged permission to assist me, though he did not wait to have it granted, but carried me in his arms back to Ranelagh.

View all 11 comments. This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat At first I didn’t know if I would like to read a whole book in that format but it got to a point where I didn’t notice it anymore because the letters were relatively long and contained dialogue. The moment we had gone down the dance, I was hastening away from him; but he stopt me, and said, that I could by no means return to my party without giving offence, before we had done our duty of walking up the dance.

Evelina, the eponymous heroine, was a pleasant surprise. If he had not been as swift as lightning, I don’t know whether I should not have stolen away again; but he returned in a moment. There is little development of character through the book, no fundamental changes in anyone’s behavior. It has twists that you would never expect to see. His remarks upon the company in general were so apt, so just, so lively, I am almost surprised myself that they did not reanimate me; but, indeed, I was too well convinced of the ridiculous part I had myself played before so nice an observer, to be able to enjoy his pleasantry: I was very glad when Mrs.

This is a very good 18th century epistolary novel. Among other questions, they also asked, if I had ever seen such a thing as an opera?

Afterwards, in the course of the evening, we met him several times; but he was always with some party, and never spoke to us, though whenever he chanced to meet my eyes, he condescended to bow. Dimly and belatedly, Evelina remembers the rules of decorum: As magistrates of the press, and Censors for the public, — to which you are bound by the sacred ties of integrity to exert the most spirited impartiality, and to which your suffrages should carry the marks of pure, dauntless, irrefragable truth — to appeal to your MERCY, were to solicit your dishonour; and therefore, — though ’tis sweeter than frankincense, — more grateful to the senses than all the odorous perfumes of Arabia, — and though It droppeth like the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath, — I court it not!

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Then the other thing that re 3. Fanny Burney was Jane Austen ‘s predecessor and inspiration, really.

The two lovers—the naive Evelina and the elegant Lord Orville—exhibit sentiment and good sense even in the midst of misunderstandings in a way that looks forward to Austen, and the misunderstandings themselves are both credible and interesting.

She paints her buffoons and her true gentlemen with a broad brush, and she gives us every degree of coarseness and gentility side-by-side. No blemishes in that. Two playhouses are open, — the Opera-house, — Ranelagh, — and the Pantheon. She tells me that she has, for many years past, been in continual expectation of making a journey to England, which prevented her writing for information concerning this melancholy subject, by giving her hopes of making personal inquiries; but family occurrences have still detained her in France, which country she now sees no prospect of quitting.

Not without great difficulty was the Captain prevailed upon to defer his journey some time longer; but what could be done?

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Mirvan, and therefore I will repress it. I can’t think what they wear them for. Above all, however, she shows us fances position of the woman at a time when the first steps were taken to her emancipation. Mar 05, Justin Evans rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 17, Abigail Bok rated it really liked it Shelves: We’ve been married seven years and while other couples have a song, we have a book Garrick would make you mad too if gy could see him.

The Captain sat next her; and to my great surprise, this gentleman thought proper to follow, and seat francds next to me. Mirvan proposed a party to Ranelagh. I have this moment, between persuasion and laughter, gathered from Maria the most curious dialogue that ever I heard. So he was pleased to say, though I am sure I know not what honour he could receive from me; but these sort of expressions, I find, are used as frannces of course, without any distinction of persons, or study of propriety.

Evelina, Or, the History of a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World by Fanny Burney – Free Ebook

It was very informative to read the book written at the end of the eighteenth century. Its basis is a classic romantic story in which the heroine joins the social circles and somewhere there finds her other half and a lot of obstacles between them. The plot, though, holds all the drama and unique and improbable characters of Georgette Heyer. Evelyn left to me a legacy of a thousand frsnces, and the sole guardianship of his daughter’s person till her eighteenth year; conjuring me, in the most affecting terms, to take the charge of her education till she was able to act with propriety for herself; but, in regard to fortune, he left her francs dependent on her mother, to whose tenderness he earnestly recommended her.

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Lord Orville, I bufney, did not dance at all.

With what mixed transports of joy and anguish did I again see her! In your next I intreat you to acquaint me how long you shall remain in town.

In total, she wrote four novels, eight plays, one biography and twenty volumes of journals and letters. Finally, the whole story relied a tad much on the now commonplace Misunderstanding trope, and by that, became so predictable that the later parts of the bugney were harder to read, to the point that when the last letter finally arrives, it’s a relief it was over as it was getting too sentimental and in need of a quick ending before more of its initial appeal dwindled further.

When they were parted, I intreated her to permit the woman who has charge of the ladies’ cloaks to assist in drying her clothes; she consented, and we did what was possible to save her from catching cold.

O, Sir, to discover so near a relation in a woman, who had thus introduced herself!

Evelina, Or, the History of a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World by Fanny Burney

I wish I had been in Dorsetshire. There’s not a whole lot of unity to the tale, and there are plenty of scenes burneh Bu I’ll admit that reading 18th century fiction is sometimes harder than I’d like it to be. Did you ever make a prayer before, since you were a sniveler?

It’s not terrible, but there’s only so much you can do with a story about boring people falling slowly into boring love.