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" Opera the gangs of robbers were evidently multiplied. Both these decisions are surely exaggerated. The play, like many others, was plainly written only to divert, without any moral purpose, and is therefore not likely to do good; nor can it be conceived,... "
The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets,: With Critical Observations on ... - الصفحة 125
بواسطة Samuel Johnson - 1791
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Oliver Twist, Or, The Parish Boy's Progress

Charles Dickens - 2003 - عدد الصفحات: 553
...exaggerated. The play, like many others, was plainly written only to divert, without any moral purpose, and is therefore not likely to do good; nor can it be conceived, without more speculation than human life requires or admits, to be productive of much evil. Highwaymen and housebreakers seldom frequent...
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John Gay's The Beggar's Opera, 1728-2004: adaptations and re-writings

Uwe Böker - 2006 - عدد الصفحات: 347
...278: „The play, like many others, was plainly written only to divert, without any moral purpose, and is therefore not likely to do good; nor can it...admits, to be productive of much evil. Highwaymen and housebreakers seldom frequent the playhouse". Vgl. Michael D. Boswell ist anderer Meinung: I have ever...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D, المجلد 10

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1823
...exaggerated. The play, like many others, was plainly written only to divert, without any moral purpose, and is therefore not likely to do good ; nor can it...admits, to be productive of much evil. Highwaymen and house-breakers seldom frequent the play-house, or mingle in any elegant diversion ; nor is it possible...

Once a Week, المجلد 4

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1861
...regard to the play, when he said that it " was plainly written only to divert without any moral purpose, and is therefore not likely to do good ; nor can it...requires or admits, to be productive of much evil." The explanation of the success of the play is not difficult, and may be found in the entire novelty...

The European Magazine, and London Review, المجلد 40

1801
...The play", like many others, was plainly written eeiy to divert, ivilttut any morjl furpojê, an i is therefore not likely to do 'good ^ nor can it be conceived, without more fpecuhtion than life requires oradimtv to be productive of much evil. ¡r¡gbчцаутсп апЛ...




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