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" love-stories, tragedies, oracles with her, and, with her broad web of relations to so many fine friends, seemed like the queen of some parliament of love, who carried the key to all confidences, and to whom every question had been finally referred. Persons... "
Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli ... - Page 201
by Margaret Fuller - 1852
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Notable Thoughts about Women: A Literary Mosaic

Maturin Murray Ballou - 1882 - 448 pages
...embrace. — South. 2855 2856 This joyful guest [Margaret Fuller] brought wit, anecdotes, love stones, tragedies, oracles, with her, and with her broad web of relations to so many friends seemed like the queen of some parliament of love, who carried the key to all confidences, and...
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Margaret Fuller (Marchesa Ossoli).

Julia Ward Howe - 1883 - 326 pages
...it." In the houses of such friends she was always a desired guest, and in her various visitings she " seemed like the queen of some parliament of love,...all confidences, and to whom every question had been referred." Mr. Emerson gives some portraits which make evident the variety as well as the extent of...
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Margaret Fuller (Marchesa Ossoli)

Julia Ward Howe - 1883 - 348 pages
...it." In the houses of such friends she was always a desired guest, and in her various visitings she " seemed like the queen of some parliament of love,...all confidences, and to whom every question had been referred." Mr. Emerson gives some portraits which make evident the variety as well as the extent of...
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Our Famous Women: An Authorized Record of the Lives and Deeds of ...

1884 - 910 pages
...walking, riding, or boating; to talk with this joyful guest, who brought wit, aneedote, love stories, tragedies, oracles with her, and, with her broad web...to whom every question had been finally referred. The day was never long enough to exhaust her opulent memory, and I, who knew her intimately from July,...
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Our Famous Women: An Authorized Record of the Lives and Deeds of ...

1884 - 756 pages
...walking, riding, or boating; to talk with this joyful guest, who brought wit, anecdote, love stories, tragedies, oracles with her, and, with her broad web...to whom every question had been finally referred. The day vra* never long enough to exhaust her opulent memory, and I, who knew her intimately from July,...
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Our Famous Women: An Authorized Record of the Lives and Deeds of ...

1885 - 786 pages
...walking, riding, or boating; to talk with this joyful guest, who brought wit, anecdote, love stories, tragedies, oracles with her, and, with her broad web...to whom every question had been finally referred. The day was never long enough to exhaust her opulent memory, and I, who knew her intimately from July,...
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Pen-portraits of Literary Women, Volume 2

Helen Gray Cone, Jeannette Leonard Gilder - 1887 - 310 pages
...favorable hour, in walking, riding, or boating, to talk with this joyful guest, who brought wit, anecdotes, love-stories, tragedies, oracles with her, and with...to whom every question had been finally referred. The day was never long enough to exhaust her opulent memory, and I, who knew her intimately from July,...
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American Literature: A Text-book for the Use of Schools and Colleges

Julian Hawthorne, William Leonard Lemmon - 1891 - 376 pages
...return for their hospitality, " wit, anecdote, lovestories, tragedies, oracles." And he adds, " She seemed like the queen of some parliament of love,...to whom every question had been finally referred." Her work on the New York " Tribune," and her " Conversations," held in Boston, occupied her during...
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American Literature: An Elementary Text-book for Use in High Schools and ...

Julian Hawthorne, Leonard Lemmon - 1891 - 362 pages
...return for their hospitality, " wit, anecdote, lovestories, tragedies, oracles." And he adds, " She seemed like the queen of some parliament of love,...to whom every question had been finally referred." Her work on the New York " Tribune," and her " Conversations," held in Boston, occupied her during...
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American Literature: A Text-book for the Use of Schools and Colleges

Julian Hawthorne, William Leonard Lemmon - 1891 - 428 pages
...return for their hospitality, “wit, anecdote, lovestories, tragedies, oracles.” And he adds, “She seemed like the queen of some parliament of love,...whom every question had been finally referred.” Her work on the New York “Tribune,” and her -“ Conversations,” held in Boston, occupied her...
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