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The man of real sensibility: or The history of Sir George Ellison.
1800 by Printed [by Adams & Wilder?] for Chapman Whitcomb. in [Leominster, Mass.?] .
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 49145.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42,  p.|
|Number of Pages||42|
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The man of real sensibility: or, The history of Sir George Ellison.: Founded on fact. By Sarah Scott. Abstract. An abridged ed. of: The history of Sir George uted to Scott in the Dictionary of national of access: Internet Publisher: Edinburgh:: Printed by Author: Sarah Scott. Description.
The History of Sir George Ellison () is an important novel, both utopian and dystopian. Sir George, a man of benevolence, follows the pattern of the female utopia set forth in Scott's first novel, A Description of Millenium Hall ().
In this sequel, Scott addresses issues of slavery, marriage, education, law and social justice, Cited by: ALFRED LUTZ George Ellison, the protagonist of Sarah Scott's The History of Sir George Ellison (), is a colonial merchant and, through The man of real sensibility: or The history of Sir George Ellison.
book, the owner of a plantation in Jamaica. He is appalled by the living conditions of his slaves and ameliorates their situation. See Sarah Scott’s The History of Sir George Ellison (London: A.
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