Very little assistance to the State could be derived from the epistolary
intercourse of Mrs.
She wrote at great length the same day; cried profusely over her own epistolary
composition; and was remarkably ill-tempered and snappish toward me, when we met in the evening.
For though Lady Bertram rather shone in the epistolary
line, having early in her marriage, from the want of other employment, and the circumstance of Sir Thomas's being in Parliament, got into the way of making and keeping correspondents, and formed for herself a very creditable, common-place, amplifying style, so that a very little matter was enough for her: she could not do entirely without any; she must have something to write about, even to her niece; and being so soon to lose all the benefit of Dr.
Colette (whose name I do not know how to spell, for I was never in epistolary
communication with that hospitable outlaw) was simply an unlicensed publican, who gave suppers after eleven at night, the Edinburgh hour of closing.
His first thought was of some dark menace from abroad; then he reflected that he did not know her epistolary
style, and that it might run to picturesque exaggeration.
To me it is something more than a mere curiosity of epistolary
The whole subject was now beginning to be too sacred even for such a communication; and as the mind of Julia every hour became more entranced with its new master, her delicacy shrunk from an exposure of her weakness: it was getting too serious for the light compositions of epistolary
We write to one another,' said Rosa, pouting, as she recalled their epistolary
In his epistolary
communication, as in his dialogues and discourses on the great question to which it related, Mr Dorrit surrounded the subject with flourishes, as writing-masters embellish copy-books and ciphering-books: where the titles of the elementary rules of arithmetic diverge into swans, eagles, griffins, and other calligraphic recreations, and where the capital letters go out of their minds and bodies into ecstasies of pen and ink.
My aunt had written her one of the odd, abrupt notes - very little longer than a Bank note - to which her epistolary
efforts were usually limited.
I have produced nothing with a sharper epistolary
edge to it since I tendered his dismissal in writing to that extremely troublesome person, Mr.
Second, how do Shelley and Jackson--writing a multiframed, epistolary
novel and a hypertext fiction, respectively--defy a writing culture that emphasizes originality and objectivity, and foreground oral characteristics such as intertextuality and an empathie audience relationship?