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To Jane Reynolds

September, 1817 My dear Jane You must not expect that your Porcupine quill is to be shot at me with impunity – without you mean to question the existance of the Pyramids or rout Sir Isaac Newton out of his Coffin. If I did not think you had a kind of preference yourself for Juliet …

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To Jane Reynolds (September 14, 1817)

Oxford, Sunday Evg. [September 14, 1817]. My dear Jane You are such a literal translator, that I shall some day amuse myself with looking over some foreign sentences, and imagining how you would render them into English. This is an age for typical Curiosities; and I would advise you, as a good speculation, to study …

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