Statistics for occurrence #1 of “European” in chapter 2.13, page 241 of Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 1, Colonial and Revolutionary Literature: Early National Literature: Part I:

...ing brilliance of his A l'abri, less extravagantly known by its later title of , fully deserved Lowell's praise, though it is possible to understand the popularity of his vivid, vivacious glimpses of European society in and the vogue of his clever Slingsby stories in , yet it cannot be denied that Willis too often merited the charges of affectation and mawkishness which we still instinctively associate ...
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