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" ... and had lately declared, that 'the whole world was made for man, but only the twelfth part of man for woman;' and, that 'man is the whole world, but woman only the rib or crooked part of man. "
Miscellaneous and fugitive pieces [chiefly of Johnson, ed. by T. Davies]. - Σελίδα 261
των Samuel Johnson - 1774
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...wifhing in his new Book, * that we might pro•* create, like Trees, without Conjunction ;* and had •IT lately declared, that * the whole World was « made for Man, but only the twelfth Part of Mao * for Woman ;' and, that ' Man is the whole World, •' but Woman only the Rib or crooked Part...

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...wifhing in his new Book, ' that we might pro-* create, like Trees, without Conjun&ipn ;' and had 4T lately declared, that ' the whole World was -* made for Man, but only the twelfth Part of Mzui '* for Woman ;' and, that ' Man .is the whole World, 1 but Woman only the Rib or crooked Part...

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...wifhing in his new book, " that we might procreate, " like trees, without conjunction;" and had j] lately declared, that " the whole world was made for...of man." Whether the lady had been yet informed of thefe contemptuous pofitions, or whether fhe was pleafed with the conqueft of fo formidable a rebel,...

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...wifhing in his new book, " that we might procreate, " like trees, without conjunction;" and had || lately declared, that " the whole world was made for...of man." Whether the lady had been yet informed of thefc contemptuous pofitions, or whether fhe was pleafed tvith the conqueft of fo formidable a rebel,...

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Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...wifliing in his new book, " that we might procreate, " like trees, without conjunction;" and had || lately declared, that " the whole world was made for...of man." Whether the lady had been yet informed of thefe contemptuous pofitions, or whether ftie was pleafed •with the conqueft of fo formidable a rebel,...

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Samuel Johnson - 1801
...trees, without conjunction j" and had^[ lately declared, that " the whole world was made for manj " but only the twelfth part of man for woman ;" and,...of man." Whether the lady had been yet informed of thefe contemptuous pofitions, or whether me was pleafed * Life of fir Thomas Browne. f Wood's Athena:...

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Samuel Johnson - 1806
...Browne. + Wood's Athena: Oxonieines. J Wood. $ Whitefoot. I Howel's Letters. 1 Rcligio Medici. bnt woman only " the rib or crooked part of man." Whether the lady had been yet informed of these contemptnons positions, or whether she was p!eas.°d with the conqnest oi'so 1'armidable a rebel,...

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Samuel Johnson - 1812
...Howel's Letters, in his new book, " that we might procreate like trees, without conjunction;" and had * lately declared, that " the whole world was made for...of man." Whether the lady had been yet informed of these contemptuous positions, or whether she was pleased with the conquest of so formidable a rebel,...

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...been wishing in his new book, " that we might procreate " like trees, without conjunction;" and had^[ lately declared, that " the whole world was made for...man." % Whether the lady had been yet informed of these contemptuous positions, or whether she was pleased * Life of Sir Thomas Browne. f Wood's Athenae...

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...just wishing, in his new book, " that we might procreate, like trees, without conjunction ;" and had lately declared, that " the whole world was made for...world, but woman only the rib or crooked part of man." They lived happily, however, together for forty-one years, during which she bore him ten children,...




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