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- This heat took many forms; it showed itself in satire, in sentiment, in curiosity, in reprobation.2 (45% in)
- Naturally, if that was her habit and that was her delight, she could only expect to be laughed at; and, accordingly, Pope or Gay is said to have satirized her 'as a blue-stocking with an itch for scribbling'.4 (12% in)
- Fear and hatred were almost gone, or traces of them showed only in a slight exaggeration of the joy of freedom, a tendency to the caustic and satirical, rather than to the romantic, in her treatment of the other sex.5 (87% in)
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