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It all depends upon income in a manner comically untragical.
Some Diversions of a Man of Letters Edmund Gosse 1888
Under all roofs of this distracted City, is the nodus of a drama, not untragical, crowding towards solution.
The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle 1838
But it was merely modern, and more particularly French names that, as untragical and unpoetical, could not, for a moment, be tolerated; for the heroes of antiquity are with them Frenchmen in everything but the name; and antiquity was merely a thin veil beneath which the modern French character might be distinctly recognized.
Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature August Wilhelm Schlegel 1806