Captain Smollett, sir, axing to speak with you," said he.
I don't like them, sir," returned Captain Smollett.
Sir," said Captain Smollett, "with no intention to take offence, I deny your right to put words into my mouth.
Captain Smollett," began the doctor with a smile, "did ever you hear the fable of the mountain and the mouse?
Fielding and Smollett
could portray the beastliness of their day in the beastliest language; we have plenty of foul subjects to deal with in our day, but we are not allowed to approach them very near, even with nice and guarded forms of speech.
I happen to know that Smollett
wrote Peregrine Pickle.
I filled an application blank and the librarian handed me the collected and entirely unexpurgated works of Smollett
in one huge volume.
Actor Jussie Smollett
was the first of Cirrincione's roster of more than two dozen clients to publicly announce that he has "severed all ties with Cirrincione & associates" after reading The Post's story.
It was owned by the Smollett
family - heirs of the author Tobias Smollett
- until 1986, when it was sold and converted into a hotel.
Pam Perkins (chapter two) considers the controversial encroachments of fiction on travel writing--an embarrassment that was not confined, of course, to Scotland, although her essay reminds us how many notable eighteenth-century British travel writers were Scots, including novelists Tobias Smollett
and John Moore.
More recent essays--including one by Misty Anderson, who discusses the ways in which Smollett
moderates some of his earlier scathing indictments of Methodism, and another by Annika Mann, who uses the subfields of digital humanities and ecocriticism to read the novel--provide new directions in Smollett
The Expedition of Humphry Clinker by Tobias Smollett
(1771) A comic travelogue with multiple narrators.