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" ... her hair rather like tow. Yet somehow she is beautiful. Her expression kills any pretty face you see beside her. Her figure is lean and bony, her hand masculine in size and form. Yet she is a pattern of fawn-like grace. Whether in movement or repose,... "
Ellen Terry - Página 32
por Christopher Marie St. John - 1907 - 97 páginas
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Charles Reade, Dramatist, Novelist, Journalist: A Memoir, Volumen2

1887
...pleased. She can give you a good hiding. She will too! Again: "Ellen Terry is a very charming actre r s. I see through and through her. Yet she pleases me all the same. Little duck!" It was a decided misfortune for the success of Charles Reade's later dramas, more particularly ' Drink,'...
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Shakespeariana; a critical and contemporary review of ..., Volumen4

1887
...a pattern of fawulike grace, whether in movement or repose. Grace pervades the hussy. In character impulsive, intelligent. weak, hysterical — in short, all that is abominable and charming in woman.' DIALOGUE. ELLEN TERRY. And who is your leading lady now— that I may hate her? READE. Miss . TERRY...
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Charles Reade, Dramatist, Novelist, Journalist: A Memoir, Volumen2

1887
...a pattern of fawn-like grace. Whether in movement or repose, grace pervades the hussy. In character impulsive, intelligent, weak, hysterical — in short all that is abominable and charming in woman. DIALOGUE. ELLEN TERRY. And who is your leading lady now — that I may hate her ? CHARLES READE. Miss...
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Shakespeariana, Volumen4

1887
...a pattern of fawulike grace, whether in movement or repose. Grace pervades the hussy. In character impulsive, intelligent, weak, hysterical — in short, all that is abominable and charming in woman.' DIALOGUE. ELLEN TERRY. And who is your leading lady now—that I may hate her? READE. Miss . TERRY...
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Shakespeariana, Volumen4

Appleton Morgan, Charlotte Endymion Porter - 1887
...a pattern of fawulike grace, whether in movement or repose. Grace pervades the hussy. In character Impulsive, intelligent, weak, hysterical — in short, all that is abominable and charming in woman.1 DIALOGUE. EI/LEN TERRY. And who is your leading lady now— that I may hate her? BEADS. Miss...
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Henry Irving: A Record of Twenty Years at the Lyceum

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1893 - 320 páginas
...personality of the of fawn-like grace. Whether in movement or repose grace pervades the hussy. In character impulsive, intelligent, weak, hysterical — in short...her. Yet she pleases me all the same. Little Duck 1 " This suggests the old rhyme : — " Thou hast so many pleasing, tearing ways about thee, There's...
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Sir Henry Irving: A Record of Over Twenty Years at the Lyceum

Percy Fitzgerald - 1895 - 149 páginas
...a pattern of fawn-like grace. Whether in movement or repose, grace pervades the hussy. In character impulsive, intelligent, weak, hysterical — in short,...her. Yet she pleases me all the same. Little Duck I" This suggests the old rhyme : "Thou hast so many pleasing, teazing ways about thee, • There's...
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Charles Reade as I Knew Him

John Coleman - 1903 - 427 páginas
...good hiding. She ' too!' Here are Reade's last words about the fair Ellen: 'A very charming creature. I see through and through her. Yet she pleases me all the same. Little duck!' And these were her last words about him: ' Dear, lovable, childlike, crafty, gentle, obstinate, entirely...
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Charles Reade as I Knew Him

John Coleman - 1903 - 428 páginas
...a pattern of fawn-like grace. Whether in movement or repose, grace pervades the hussy. In character impulsive, intelligent, weak, hysterical — in short, all that is abominable and charming in woman. DIALOGUE 'ELLEN TERRY. — And who is your leading lady now — that I may hate her? CHARLES READE....
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Literary Collector: A Monthly Magazine of Booklore and Bibliography, Volumen4

Annie (Dennis) Bursch ("Mrs. F. C. Bursch, "), Frederick C. Bursch - 1902
...not at this day entirely concur with his remarks concerning a distinguished personage of the stage: "Ellen Terry is a very charming actress. I see through...her. Yet she pleases me, all the same. Little duck!" One would scarcely dare to call Miss Terry a "little duck" in these days. She seems to deserve more...
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