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" I'm afraid you'll find it a bad maxim. Let. I have the strongest confidence in it. I am in spired with unusual spirits, and on this hazard willingly stake my chance for happiness. I am impatient to begin my measures. [Exit, B. "
The Aylmers, a novel [by N.T.H. Bayley]. - Sayfa 97
Nathaniel Thomas H. Bayly tarafından - 1827
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...business of my life demands. Mrs. R. Why endeavour to make him dislike you? Letit. Because 'tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion. Mrs. R. That may be good philosophy, but I am afraid you'll find it a bad maxim. Letit. I have the...
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English Comedy, 5-6. ciltler

1810
...business of my life demands. Mrs. R. Why endeavour to make him dislike you ? Letit. Because 'tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion. Mrs. R. That may be good philosophy, but I am afraid you'll find it a bad maxim. Letit. I have the...
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The British drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies ..., 1. cilt

British drama - 1824
...business of my life demands. • Mrs. R. Why endeavour to make him dislike you ? Let. Because 'tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion. Mrs. R. That may be good philosophy, but I'm afraid you'll find it a bad maxim. 536 THE BELIE'S STRATAGEM....
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The Day

1832
...Her first stratagem is to heighten his indifference into i/ivlike, and her reason is, that it is much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion. Accordingly, at her next interview with Dorieourt, she perfectly succeeds. From her behaviour, his...
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Two Old Comedies: The Belle's Stratagem [by Mrs. Cowley] and The Wonder [by ...

Mrs. Cowley (Hannah), Augustin Daly - 1893 - 118 sayfa
...business of my life demands. Mrs. R. [C.] Why endeavor to make him dislike you ? Let. Because 'tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion. Mrs. R. That may be good philosophy, but I'm afraid you'll find it a bad maxim. Let. I have the strongest...
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Fair Ophelia: A Life of Harriet Smithson Berlioz

Peter Raby - 2003 - 232 sayfa
...fall romantically in love with her, and resolves to make him first dislike her, 'Because 'tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion'; she therefore intentionally repels Doricourt by acting the part of a gauche, forward, ill-educated...
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A Literary History of Women's Writing in Britain, 1660–1789

Susan Staves - 2006
...for Love) in order to disgust the elegant Doricourt, on the theory, as she explains, that "'tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion."134 Doricourt listens in horror to what seems the very "simplicity," "naturalness," "innocency,"...
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The Cambridge Introduction to English Theatre, 1660-1900

Peter Thomson - 2006 - 310 sayfa
...him, justly, of indifference. Her 'stratagem' is to make herself repugnant to him '[bjecause 'tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into a tender passion'. And it works - through the device of a masquerade, one of many such social occasions...
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Symphony

Jude Morgan - 2007 - 374 sayfa
...back in? She looks as if she's exploding.' 'Eliza, do you think it's true what Letitia says? "Tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion." To go from hate to love.' 'Lord, Harriet, that's only in a play. It's got nothing to do with real life,...
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Symphony

Jude Morgan - 2007 - 374 sayfa
...back in? She looks as if she's exploding.' 'Eliza, do you think it's true what Letitia says? "Tis much easier to convert a sentiment into its opposite, than to transform indifference into tender passion." To go from hate to love.' 'Lord, Harriet, that's only in a play. It's got nothing to do with real life,...
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