Poe's first genuine
victory was won in 1833, when he was the successful competitor for a prize of $100 offered by a Baltimore periodical for the best prose story.
Surrey-- its genuine though almost suburban wildness, with the vicarage and the wonderful abode, above all, the ancient library of Mr.
Briefly, Robert Elsmere, a priest of the Anglican Church, marries a very religious woman; there is the perfection of "mutual love"; at length he has doubts about "historic Christianity"; he gives up his orders; carries his learning, his fine intellect, his goodness, nay, his saintliness, into a kind of Unitarianism; the wife becomes more intolerant than ever; there is a long and faithful effort on both sides, eventually successful, on the part of these mentally  divided people, to hold together; ending with the hero's death, the genuine piety and resignation of which is the crowning touch in the author's able, learned, and thoroughly sincere apology for Robert Elsmere's position.
Still, with these, as  with all other genuine priests, it is the positive not the negative result that justifies the position.
Bloomfield; and, doubtless, he was one of those genuine
thoroughbred gentry my mother spoke of, who would treat his governess with due consideration as a respectable well-educated lady, the instructor and guide of his children, and not a mere upper servant.
Enlightened collectors of old pictures pour into the market by fifties, while genuine
specimens of Claude, or of any other Old Master you like to mention, only dribble in by ones and twos.
There were, however, exceptional authors, genuine artists, masters of meter and narrative, possessed by a true feeling for beauty; and in some of the romances the psychological analysis of love, in particular, is subtile and powerful, the direct precursor of one of the main developments in modern fiction.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight' may very fittingly bring to a close our hasty survey of the entire Norman-French period, a period mainly of formation, which has left no literary work of great and permanent fame, but in which, after all, there were some sincere and talented writers, who have fallen into forgetfulness rather through the untoward accidents of time than from lack of genuine merit in themselves.
I much prefer that it should be of a lower strain, so it be genuine and equal, than that it should be glittering and unsteady.
Your genuine action will explain itself and will explain your other genuine actions.
The breezy Wilcox manner, though genuine, lacked the clearness of vision that is imperative for truth.
She was startled, and nearly screamed, but recovered herself at once, and kissed with genuine love the lips that were pressed against her own.
There are actors without knowing it amongst them, and actors without intending it--, the genuine
ones are always rare, especially the genuine
We have really enough to do to look after the genuine
It is a genuine
old house,' said Mrs Clennam, with her frozen smile.