3 edition of Genius and fancy; or, dramatic sketches found in the catalog.
Genius and fancy; or, dramatic sketches
Mary Julia Young
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1463, no. 42.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Get this from a library. Genius and fancy: or, dramatic sketches. By a lady. [Mary Julia Young]. Genius and fancy: or, Dramatic Sketches: with other poems on various subjects.
By Mary Julia Young. The poem of Genius and fancy, or Dramatic Sketches, wrote inwas designed for a separate publication, some hundred copies printed, and many presentation ones circulated ; but upon consideration, being thought rather too trivial, to appear by itself, the authoress has added the.
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Synonym Discussion of fancy. His sketches were both ingenuous and unaffected, and I loved how he portrayed the imbalance of character between his parents: his father, Alexei, was a simpleton who loved dearly and deeply, while his mother, the redoubtable Sofia, was most probably a genius who nevertheless tried her /5.
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