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The fatal falsehood: a tragedy
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You can also read the full text online using our ereader. This tragedy, in which Mrs. Hannah More is supposed to have been assisted by Garrick, was produced at Covent Garden Theatre, inwith success; and revived, inat the same.
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OF TRAGEDY It seems an unaccountable pleasure, which the spectators of a well-written tragedy receive from sorrow, terror, anxiety, and other passions, that are in themselves disagreeable and uneasy.
there still lurks at the bottom a certain idea of falsehood in the whole of what we see. This idea, though weak and disguised, suffices to. A Fatal Inversion Having read this at least twice in print form and watched the BBC TV adaptation, it was great to hear the unabridged audiobook.
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