Sentiments on the death of the sentimental Yorick
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Sentiments on the death of the sentimental Yorick By one of Uncle Toby"s illegitimate children. With rules for writing modern elegies. by One of Uncle Toby"s Illegitimate Children.

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Published by printed for Staples Steare in London .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4647, no. 09.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination22p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16868414M

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The Sentimental Journey was published on Febru and on March 18 Laurence Sterne died, having scarce tasted the sweets of success which attended on this his most widely- known work. The year after Sterne's death was published Yorick's Sentimental Journey Continued by Eugenius in two volumes. [note from Burt edition] A Sentimental Journey. A Sentimental Journey Through France And Italy Words | 6 Pages. concept of sentiment that was so revered and admired at the time. In A Sentimental Journey we see various elements of farce through the different aspects presented to us as readers, ranging from the characters within the story, with a focus on Mr. Yorick, our main character, and farce is even present in the form of the book.   The quintessential novel of sentiment, A Sentimental Journey masquerades as the fragmentary travel journal of Parson Yorick, a whimsical and amorous Englishman abroad. Accompanied through Paris and the provinces by his loyal French valet, Yorick enjoys a variety of sentimental and often comic encounters with a lively range of French characters. a sentimental journey through france and italy and continuation of the bramines death in sterne travelled through france and italy as far south as naples and after returning france and italy summary yorick a british clergyman decides to go to france and begins his journey.