American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Goldsmith, Oliver 1730?-1774. British writer whose literary reputation rests on his novel The Vicar of Wakefield (1766), the pastoral poem The Deserted Village (1770), and the dramatic comedy She Stoops to Conquer (1773).
“In like manner Goldsmith called Sterne a blockhead; for Mr. Forster (_Life of Goldsmith_, i. 260) is, no doubt, right in saying that the author of _Tristram Shandy_ is aimed at in the following passage in _The Citizen of the World_ (Letter, 74): -- 'In”
“ Prior (_Life of Goldsmith_, ii. 459) says that it was not a German who interrupted Goldsmith but a Swiss, Mr. Moser, the keeper of the”
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“As in Goldsmith's "The Deserted Village," Baillie explores rural life in general terms examining stock characters.”
“I think Hannah Goldsmith is the worst misstep I've seen her make as a writer imagining characters, because Hannah constantly thinks, "She shouldn't say that because it's not politically correct," rather than, "She shouldn't say that because it's rude.”
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“This proves it – Kenneth Goldsmith is the Andy Warhol of the poetry world, exactly what Time magazine says we need in the last paragraph of this article.”
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