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" Lobeira was not compleated. That, as well as the rudeness of the language, would have been mentioned by Montalvo ; he would have claimed the merit of finishing the story, as well as of polishing the style. With the celebration of the marriage, the story... "
Amadis of Gaul - Page xv
by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo - 1803
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1803
...author, unless he left the story incompleat. But there KIT is no reason to suspect that the work of Yascd Lobeira was not compleated. That, as well as the rudeness...hereafter continue these Volumes upon the plan of the Biblio* tlifque dcs Romans, every thing necessary to render the after stones intelligible may be kr...
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The British Bibliographer, Volume 2

Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - 1812
...by enchantment, and very strangely." Of these additions Mr. Southey gives the following Account. " The chapters which follow in the Spanish are evidently...has been here retained, that if any person should hereafier continue these volumes upon the plan of the Bikliotheijue des Romans, every thing necessary...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...this triumph which proves that, as the best and fairest of women, she alone is worthy to be the wife of the best and bravest of men, must be the work of...hereafter continue these volumes upon the plan of the Bibliotheque des Romans, everything necessary to render the after stories intelligible may be found...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...author, unless he left the story incompleat. But there is no reason to suspect that the work of Yasco Lobeira was not compleated. That, as well as the rudeness...hereafter continue these volumes upon the plan of the Bibliotheque des Romans, everything necessary to render the after stories intelligible may be found...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Books Forming the Library of ..., Volume 2

Clarence Howard Clark - 1888
...heroes of every nursery tale, lived very happy after." As to the remainder, he styles the additions " one romance growing out of another " as clumsily as a young oyster upon the back of its parent." Amadis of Gaul was one of the three Romances spared by the Curate from the condemnation to fire which...
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Tennyson's Idylls of the King and Arthurian Story from the XVIth Century

Sir Mungo William MacCallum - 1894 - 435 pages
...Introduction to Malory's Morte d1 Arthur. elsewhere he talks with disgust of stories in which we find " one romance growing out of another as clumsily as a young oyster upon the back of its parent."1 But if the construction of the Arthurian stories shocked his well-regulated mind, he was...
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Bulletin of the Free Library of Philadelphia, Issue 2

Free Library of Philadelphia - 1899
...of every nursery tale, lived very happy after." As to the remainder, Southey styles the additions " one romance growing out of " another as clumsily as a young oyster upon the back of its parent." " Amadis of Gaul" was one of the three romances spared by the curate from the condemnation to fire...
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Descriptive Catalogue of the Series of Works Known as the Library of Old Authors

John Thomson - 1899 - 67 pages
...of every nursery tale, lived very happy after." As to the remainder, Southey styles the additions " one romance growing out of " another as clumsily as a young oyster upon the back of its parent." " Amadis of Gaul" was one of the three romances spared by the curate from the condemnation to fire...
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