The literary style of Mary Wollstonecraft's book is Johnsonese, but its thought forms the base of all that has come after.
When he wrote for publication he did his sentences out of English into Johnsonese.
The stuffed buckram of Johnsonese had been succeeded by the mincing hifalutin of Mrs. Anne Radcliffe and her like.
Sebastian, for his part, might have found some difficulty in translating into Johnsonese the twisted asceticism of Stuart Heron.
When he wrote for publication, he did his sentences out of English into Johnsonese.
I read my Johnson and Locke that winter and tried to write a little in the Johnsonese buckram style.
What sort of an appearance would they present when furnished in a blend of Johnsonese and his own stheticism?
But her adventures are told in a style which is the oddest compound of Romantesque and Johnsonese.