Statistics for occurrence #1 of “France” in chapter 13 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:
...t of her personal character.
She is now about thirty-eight years old, not beautiful, but with a striking and animated physiognomy, elegant manners, and a power in conversation which has no rival in France since the death of Mad. de Stael.
Her natural talents are of a high order, and she has read a great deal; but it is her enthusiasm, her simplicity and earnestness, and the graceful contributions sh...
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