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The man of feeling

by Henry Mackenzie

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Published by J.M. Dent in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Henry Mackenzie. Illustrated by William Cubitt Cooke
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 156 p.
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24173071M
OCLC/WorldCa9949947

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The book starts with the quote by William Hazlitt "I think myself into love, and I dream my way out of it." This book really grips the reader by going into the main character's conciousness and sub-conciousness/5(9).

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There was a foggy distant feel it, as the love, which evolved during a stay in a Madrid hotel between an opera singer, who travels from city to city performing (this time it's Cassio in Verdi's Otello), and a woman, Natalia Manur, travelling with both /5.

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By March of he was more or less finished, altering only a few curlicues. “The Man of Feeling” begins with imitation of Sterne, and proceeds in due course through so many tears that it is hardly to be called a dry book. As guide to persons of a calculating disposition who may read these pages I append an index to the Tears shed in “The Man of Feeling.” p.

vi INDEX TO TEARS. (Chokings, &c., not counted.). The Man of Feeling, written by Scottish author Henry Mackenzie, is about a poor aristocrat named Harley, who journeys from his home to London and back again in an effort to improve his financial.

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A story of love and memory. On a train journey from Paris to Madrid a young opera singer becomes fascinated by those in his compartment: a middle-aged businessman, his alluring wife and their male traveling companion.