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“Holtby had tried to allay these fears in a "Prefatory Letter" to her mother in which she admitted that while Mrs Holtby's descriptions had first alerted her to the drama of English local government, her material for the novel had emanated from sources "unknown to you".”
“The character of Mrs. Beddoes, the alderman in "South Riding," was drawn so closely from the author's mother that Holtby felt the need to place a "Prefatory Letter to Alderman Mrs. Holtby" at the novel's beginning.”
“Ever since he called my seminal work Prefatory Remarks Towards a Prolegomena to Any Future Study of the Philosophy of Philosophy a “jejune and meretricious farrago composed of equal parts nonsense, self-contradiction, okra and cumin,” I'd had it in for the guy.”
“Lady Morgan's Memoirs: Autobiography, Diaries and Correspondence, 2 vols (London: W.H. Allen, 1862), Prefatory address.”
“Prefatory Note: I am not going to post here all 138 of the “high crimes and misdemeanor” trespasses alluded to in my cited blog.”
“Carl Nordenfalk (Stockholm, 1967), 39 – 54; P.E. McGovern, "Ceramics and Craft Interaction: A Theoretical Framework, with Prefatory Remarks," in Cross-Craft and Cross-Cultural Interactions, ed. P.E. McGovern (Westerville, Ohio, 1989), 1 – 11. back”
“Prefatory note: As a blog that focuses on writing and publishing, Practicing Writing might, you think, wish to track the depressing events in the literary business world.”
“In the "Prefatory Letter" to his Summa of Logic, for example, he praises it in striking language:”
“The Prefatory Note says:I am happy to present the fourth edition of the Lingua Franca Website...”
“The variants of the ‘Wise manuscript’ (see Prefatory Note) are derived from the Facsimile edited in 1887 for the Shelley Society by Mr. Buxton Forman.”
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