The Project Gutenberg EBook of A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens
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Title: A Tale of Two Cities
A Story of the French Revolution
Author: Charles Dickens
Release Date: November 28, 2004 [EBook #98]
Last Updated: March 4, 2018
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The Task AND OTHER POEMS BY WILLIAM COWPER.
After the publication of his “Table Talk” and other poems in March, 1782, William Cowper, in his quiet retirement at Olney, under Mrs. Unwin’s care, found a new friend in Lady Austen. She was a baronet’s widow who had a sister married to a clergyman near Olney, with whom Cowper was slightly acquainted. In the summer of 1781, when his first volume was being printed, Cowper met Lady Austen and her sister in the street at Olney, and persuaded Mrs. Unwin to invite them to tea. Their coming was the beginning of a cordial friendship. Lady Austen, without being less earnest, had a liveliness that satisfied Cowper’s sense of fun to an extent that stirred at last some jealousy in Mrs. Unwin. “She had lived much in France,” Cowper said, “was very sensible, and had infinite vivacity.