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The vicar of Wakefield : by Oliver Goldsmith /

Oliver Goldsmith's hugely successful novel of 1766 remained for generations one of the most highly regarded and beloved works of eighteenth-century fiction. It depicts the fall and rise of the Primrose family, presided over by the benevolent vicar, the narrator of a fairy-tale plot of impersonation and deception, the abduction of a beautiful heroine and the machinations of an aristocratic villain. By turns comic and sentimental, the novel's popularity owes much to its recognizable depiction of domestic life and loving family relationships.

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  • "Oliver Goldsmith's hugely successful novel of 1766 remained for generations one of the most highly regarded and beloved works of eighteenth-century fiction. It depicts the fall and rise of the Primrose family, presided over by the benevolent vicar, the narrator of a fairy-tale plot of impersonation and deception, the abduction of a beautiful heroine and the machinations of an aristocratic villain. By turns comic and sentimental, the novel's popularity owes much to its recognizable depiction of domestic life and loving family relationships. New to this edition is an introduction by Robert L. Mack that examines the reasons for the novels enduring popularity, as well as the critical debates over whether it is a straightforward novel of sentiment or a satire on the social and economic inequalities of the period and the very literary conventions and morality it seems to embody. This edition also includes a new, up-to-date bibliography and expanded notes, and contains reprints of Arthur Friedman's authoritative Oxford English Novels text of the corrected first edition of 1766."
  • "First pub. 1766. One of the 18th century's most popular works of comic fiction. Tells of the follies, misfortunes, and joys of the Primrose family which has at its centre the fallible paragon - the Vicar."
  • "Oliver Goldsmith's hugely successful novel of 1766 remained for generations one of the most highly regarded and beloved works of eighteenth-century fiction. It depicts the fall and rise of the Primrose family, presided over by the benevolent vicar, the narrator of a fairy-tale plot of impersonation and deception, the abduction of a beautiful heroine and the machinations of an aristocratic villain. By turns comic and sentimental, the novel's popularity owes much to its recognizable depiction of domestic life and loving family relationships."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield is a novel by the Irish author Oliver Goldsmith. It was written in 1761 and 1762, and published in 1766. Dr. Primrose, his wife Deborah and their six children live an idyllic life in a country parish. The vicar is well-off due to investing an inheritance he received from a deceased relative, and the vicar donates the 34 pounds that his job pays annually to local orphans and war veterans. On the evening of his son George's wedding to wealthy Arabella Wilmot, the vicar loses all his money through the bankruptcy of his merchant investor who left town with his money. [Adapte."@en
  • "A satirical novel depicts how the kindly Dr. Primrose suffers a series of personal disasters, but overcomes them all through his Christian morality."
  • "A satirical novel depicts how the kindly Dr. Primrose suffers a series of personal disasters, but overcomes them all through his Christian morality."@en
  • "A simple country vicar's faith sustains him through the trials and tribulations that beset his loved ones."@en
  • "Details the romantic intrigues in the family of a country vicar in eighteenth-century England."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield follows the life of a wealthy vicar and his family who lie an idyllic life in their country parish thanks to the vicar's clever investments. The evening that his son is to marry an heiress, the vicar discovers that his merchant investor has lost all his money in bankruptcy. Written by Irish author Oliver Goldsmith in the late 18th century."@en
  • "Oliver Goldsmith's hugely successful novel of 1766 remained for generations one of the most highly regarded and beloved works of eighteenth-century fiction. It contains, in the figure of the vicar himself, one of the most harmlessly simply and unsophisticated yet also ironically complex narrators ever to appear in English fiction. - ;'He loved all mankind; for fortune prevented him from knowing there were rascals.'. Oliver Goldsmith's hugely successful novel of 1766 remained for generations one of the most highly regarded and beloved works of eighteenth-century fiction. It depicts the fall and."@en
  • ""Oliver Goldsmith's hugely successful novel of 1766 remained for generations one of the most highly regarded and beloved works of eighteenth-century fiction. It depicts the fall and rise of the Primrose family, presided over by the benevolent vicar, the narrator of a fairy-tale plot of impersonation and deception, the abduction of a beautiful heroine and the machinations of an aristocratic villain. By turns comic and sentimental, the novel's popularity owes much to its recognizable depiction of domestic life and loving family relationships. New to this edition is an introduction by Robert L. Mack that examines the reasons for the novels enduring popularity, as well as the critical debates over whether it is a straightforward novel of sentiment or a satire on the social and economic inequalities of the period and the very literary conventions and morality it seems to embody. This edition also includes a new, up-to-date bibliography and expanded notes, and contains reprints of Arthur Friedman's authoritative Oxford English Novels text of the corrected first edition of 1766."--Publisher's website."
  • "Goldsmith's only novel tells of an unworldly and generous vicar who lives contentedly with his large family until disaster strikes. But bankruptcy, his daughter's abduction, and the vicar's imprisonment fail to dampen his spirit. --From publisher's description."@en
  • "Goldsmith's famous novel is a chronicle of the misfortunes that overwhelm Dr. Primrose and his family. But just when complete misery seems assured, the sun shines forth, and the family lives happily ever after."@en
  • "A vicar's simple faith sustains him through the trials and tribulations that beset his loved ones."
  • "A vicar and his charming, if vain, family fall victim to undeserved misfortune in this eighteenth-century classic."@en
  • "Details the romantic intrigues in the family of a country vicar in eighteenth century England."@en
  • "Details the romantic intrigues in the family of a country vicar in eighteenth century England."
  • "There are an hundred faults in this Thing, and an hundred things might be said to prove them beauties. But it is needless. A book may be amusing with numerous errors, or it may be very dull without a single absurdity. The hero of this piece unites in himself the three greatest characters upon earth; he is a priest, an husbandman, and the father of a family. He is drawn as ready to teach, and ready to obey, as simple in affluence, and majestic in adversity. In this age of opulence and refinement whom can such a character please? Such as are fond of high life, will turn with disdain from the sim."@en

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  • "The vicar of Wakefield : by Oliver Goldsmith /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield Der Landprediger von Wakefield."@en
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale."
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  • "[Vicar of Wakefield]."@en
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  • "Vicar of Wakefield ; abridged"
  • "ヴィカー物語"
  • "Rasselas, prince of Abyssinia"
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  • "Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves"@en
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield with thirty-two illus."@en
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  • "The vicar of wakefield."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. Vol. I[-II]. [One line of Latin text]."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield a tale ..."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield i a tale /"
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  • "Sir Launcelot Greaves"@en
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  • "Ministre de Wakefield."
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  • "Vicar of Wakefield; a tale"
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield ..."
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield : [extraits] /"
  • "Paul et Virginie"@en
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale, by Oliver Goldsmith."@en
  • "Landprediger von Wakefield"@en
  • "Landprediger von Wakefield"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. With 32 illus. after designs by William Mulready."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. : a tale. /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. [With a plate.]."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. : A novel. /"@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefield, ... /"
  • "The vicar of wakefield /"
  • "The vicar of wakefield /"@en
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield ... With the original steel engravings from the designs of Richard Westall.]."@en
  • "Oliver Goldsmith's The vicar of Wakefield,"
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  • "The vicar of wakefield, a tale."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield. /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield. /"
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale."
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield."
  • "The Vicar Of Wakefield /"
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale /"@en
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  • "History of Rasselas"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield A tale."@en
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  • "[The Vicar of Wakefield.]."@en
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield ;"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield ... /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale;"@en
  • "The vikar of Wakefield /"
  • "The vicar of Wakfield."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale, ferausg. u. erläutent von R. Wilcke."
  • "Rasselas"@en
  • "Rasselas"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield. A tale /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale,"@en
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  • "The vicar of Wakefield :"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield = Der Landprediger von Wakefield /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; a tale ..."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; a tale supposed to be written by himself."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield = Le vicaire de Wakefield /"
  • "The Vicar Of Wakefield : A Tale"
  • "She stoops the conquer"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield... /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale supposed to be written by himself."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. /"
  • "The Vicar Of Wakefield : A tale /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. With a pref. by Austin Dobson and illus. by Hugh Thomason."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, She stoops to conquer and poems /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. A tale."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. A tale."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. : A tale. /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. : A tale. /"
  • "Deserted village"@en
  • "Deserted village"
  • "Dorfpfarrer zu Wakefield"
  • "The vicar of wakefield a tale."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. [Abridged. Followed by "Beau Nash".]."@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefield /"
  • "Oliver Goldsmith's The vicar of Wakefield"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield A tale /"
  • "She stoops to conquer"@en
  • "The vicar of wakefield"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale ... /"@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefield. And Rasselas"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield.. /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : a tale /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : a tale /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : notes"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : with a life of Goldsmith /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield, : a tale. : [One line in Latin]."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : A Tale /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield. Notices and notes by Madeleine Melèse."
  • "The Vicar Of Wakefield"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield She stoops to conquer ; and, Poems /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield ; She stoops to conquer and ; Poems, etc. /"@en
  • "Vicar of wakefield"
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield ... Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.]."@en
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield.]."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield;"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield;"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield ... With the life of the author ..."
  • "Miscellaneous works"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, : a tale. /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, : a tale, /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: : a tale. /"
  • "Vicar of Wakefield : a tale /"
  • "Vicar of Wakefield : a tale /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield. A tale,"
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield ..."@en
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield, etc.]."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. A tale"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. A tale"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield. A novel /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield [also The citizen of the world] /"@en
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield, a tale.]."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield a Tale."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : with an introduction /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. By Dr Goldsmith. . /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; a tale,"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; a tale,"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale, supposed to be written by himself /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : : a tale. /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : a tale ..."@en
  • "Ministre de Wakefield"
  • "ヴィカー・ヲブ・ウエークフィールド"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale ..."@en
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield ... Embellished with wood cuts, by T. Bewick.]."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale : supposed to be written by himself."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield a tale"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : Le ministre de Wakefield ... - Der Dorfpfarrer zu Wakefield ... /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. a tale. /"@en
  • "Weikefei mu shi zhuan"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. /"@en
  • "VICAR OF WAKEFIELD."@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefiled :"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : A novel ...."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. . /"
  • "The vicar of wakefield ; she stoops to conquer and poems /"
  • "Vicar of Wakefield."
  • "Vicar of Wakefield."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale; with a prefatory memoir by Walter Scott /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale /"
  • "Vicar of Wakefield illustrated"@en
  • "The vikar of Wakefield : a tale."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield ... With thirty-two illustrations by William Mulready."@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefield and Rasselas"@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefield and Rasselas"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale."@en
  • "Vicaire de Wakefield"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, with thirty-two illus."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale ; [She stoops to conquer] /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield Oliver Goldsmith."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale."
  • "Wicar of Wakefield"
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield: a tale.]."@en
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield: a tale.]."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield ; She stoops to conquer ; and, Poems /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield..."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, by Oliver Goldsmith."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield ..."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale;"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : a tale of Oliver Goldsmith /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale, by Oliver Goldsmith."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale, by Oliver Goldsmith."@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefield;"@en
  • "Vikā obu Uēkufīrudo"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. .. /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : and other writings."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. Vol. I[-II]. [One line of Latin text]."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. Vol. I[-II]. [One line of Latin text]."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : containing eight full-page ill. in colour and John Forster's essay on the story."
  • "Vicar of Wakefield"@en
  • "Vicar of Wakefield"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield [by] Oliver Goldsmith, with an afterword by J.H. Plumb."
  • "Vicar of wakefield : a tale."
  • "The vikar of Wakefield"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield = 威克斐牧師傳 : 附漢文釋義 /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale ..."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. Der Landprediger von Wakefield."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale ..."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale...."
  • "Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield, and Saintine's Picciola"
  • "[The vicar of Wakefield ... With a memoir of Goldsmith, by Professor Masson.]."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; a tale of Oliver Goldsmith."@en
  • "Vicar of wakefield."
  • "Vikā monogatari"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. Supposed to be written by himself /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield,"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield. A tale. To which is prefixed, the life of the author."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield Hauptbd Hauptband"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield = Weikefei mu shi zhuan : fu Han wen shi yi /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself."@en
  • "*Schultze, W. (Provenance)"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; a tale."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; a tale."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale"
  • "Poems"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : roman /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield"
  • "The vicar of wakefield : a tale /"
  • "The vicar of wakefield : a tale /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale of Oliver Goldsmith. With a prefatory memoir by Sir Walter Scott. Von neuem durchgesehen und mehrfach berichtiget von Dr. Karl Franz Chr. Wagner ..."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield She stoops to conquer ; and Poems /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield a tale /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield a tale /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield ... Embellished with wood cuts, by T. Bewick."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a novel /"
  • "She stoops to conquer and poems"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale;"@en
  • "Vicar of wakefield /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale ..."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, a tale ..."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale."
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield / with a preface by Austin Dobson, illustrated by Hugh Dobson."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. A tale ..."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. A tale ..."@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. Supposed to be written by himself."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. Supposed to be written by himself."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield [Blackwood's educational series.]."@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale Supposed to be written by himself."
  • "Vicar of Wakefield a tale"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale. By Oliver Goldsmith /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield, with portrait and twenty illustrations."@en
  • "Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : a tale ... /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield ; She stoops to conquer, and Poems /"
  • "Paul and Virginia"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : she stoops to conquer and poems /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : and other writings /"
  • "The Vicar of wakefield : with introduction and notes /"
  • "Deserted village / by Oliver Goldsmith"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield; The traveller; The deserted village;"@en
  • "Weidmannsche Sammlung französischer und englischer Schriftsteller ... hrsg. von E. Pfundheller und G. Lücking"
  • "She stoops the conquer / by Oliver Goldsmith"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield / Der Landprediger von Wakefield."@en
  • "History of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. : A tale, /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. : a Tale /"@en
  • "Oliver Goldsmith's The vicar of Wakefield;"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield: a tale;"
  • "Der Landprediger von Wakefield"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale,"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : A tale /"
  • "Vicar of Wakefield /"
  • "Vicar of Wakefield /"@en
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield = El vicario de Wakefield /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield a tale,"@en
  • "The Vicar Of Wakefield : A Tale Supposed To Be Written By Himself /"
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale /"@en
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : a tale /"
  • "The Vicar of Wakefield : a tale"
  • "Rasselas, prince of Abyssinia."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield : she stops to conquer and poems."
  • "The vicar of Wakefield. A romantic light opera in three acts. Founded on Oliver Goldsmith's novel /"@en
  • "The vicar of wakefield, she stoops to conquer and poems : (by) oliver goldsmith. With an introd. by C. E. Vulliamy."
  • "威克斐牧師傳"
  • "Traveller"@en

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