2 edition of Epistolary correspondence containing official, political and explanatory letters, (with introductory preface) written upon patriotic points and particular occasions to the right Reverend Dr. Warren, Bishop of Bangor, and to a member of the British House of Commons found in the catalog.
Epistolary correspondence containing official, political and explanatory letters, (with introductory preface) written upon patriotic points and particular occasions to the right Reverend Dr. Warren, Bishop of Bangor, and to a member of the British House of Commons
James Jones Morgan
|Statement||by James Jones Morgan.|
|Contributions||Warren, John, 1730-1800.|
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Define epistolary. epistolary synonyms, epistolary pronunciation, epistolary translation, English dictionary definition of epistolary. adj. Of or associated with letters or the writing of letters. A Epistolary correspondence containing official letter to letter writing and the intimacy of epistolary novels Letters require more care and thought but have a wonderful permanency.
They also give novels an intimacy and immediacy. Books shelved as epistolary: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer, 84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff, The Perks of.
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Epistolary definition: An epistolary novel or story is one that is written as a series of letters. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
In The Letters of a Portuguese Nun, the epistolary novel is given an emotionally concentrated model, inspiring numerous translations, “completions,” and imitations.
The French edition of Belonging or suitable to correspondence by letter; included in or maintained by letters: also epistolic (ep′istol′ik), ep′istol′ical.
—noun plural laries A book containing the epistles of a liturgy. epistolary: 1 adj written in the form of or carried on by letters or correspondence “an endless sequence of epistolary love affairs” Synonyms: epistolatory informal used of spoken and written language.