Friday, April 26, 2019
From Amelia, by Henry Fielding
"These were several matters of which we thought necessary our reader should be informed; for, besides that it conduces greatly to the perfect understanding of all history, there is no exercise of the mind of a sensible reader more pleasant than the tracing the several small and almost imperceptible links in every chain of events by which all the great actions of the world are produced."
From Book XII, Chapter 1
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Labels: Amelia, Daily Dose, Henry Fielding, novelists, Quotations, reading, writing
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