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" SEVERO. It is useless. It won't prevent me from [Approaches TEODORA.] PEPITO [Restraining him]. Father ERNEST. Stay. [Pause.] Let nobody touch this woman. She is mine. The world has so desired it, and its decision I accept. It has driven her to my arms.... "
The Great Galeoto - Page 96
by José Echegaray - 1895 - 195 pages
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The Harvard Monthly, Volumes 21-22

1896
...by this final blow with which he brings the blood of shame to the cheek of society : Ernest: Stay. Let nobody touch this woman. She is mine. The world...accept. It has driven her to my arms. Come, Teodora. You cast her forth. We obey you. D. Sncro: At last, you blackguard ! Ernest: Yes; now you are right....
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 64

Literature - 1893
...speak." And then when Don Severo advances to thrust him aside, he bursts ont : " Let nobody approach this woman. She is mine. The world has so •desired...accept. It has driven her to my arms. Come, Teodora. You cast her forth from here. We obey you." SEVERO : At last, you blackguard ! ERNEST : Yes. Now yon...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: Synopses of books. General index

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George Henry Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - Literature - 1898 - 565 pages
...Julian dying, in the belief that his wife is guilty. The plays ends with Ernest's cry: «This woman is mine. The world has so desired it, and its decision I accept. It has driven her to my arms. You cast her forth. We obey you. But should any ask you who was the famous intermediary in this business,...
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Warner's Synopsis of Books Ancient and Modern

Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, Charles Dudley Warner, George Henry Warner - Literature - 1910 - 604 pages
...Julian dying, in the belief that his wife is guilty. The plays ends with Ernest's cry: <(This woman is mine. The world has so desired it, and its decision I accept It has driven her to my arms. You cast her forth. We obey you. But should any ask you who was the famous intermediary in this business,...
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The Great Galeoto: A Play in Three Acts with a Prologue

José Echegaray - 1914 - 140 pages
...others, and of your outrages. Her lips are silent, mute her thoughts. But what I think of it all — yes, I will tell you. D. SEVERO. It is useless. It won't...sustains her.] You cast her forth from here. We obey you. D. SEVERO. At last, you blackguard! ERNEST. Yes; now you are right. I will confess now. Do you want...
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The Great Galeoto: A Play in Three Acts

José Echegaray - History - 1916 - 140 pages
...others, and of your outrages. Her lips are silent, mute her thoughts. But what I think of it all — yes, I will tell you. D. SEVERO. It is useless. It won't...sustains her.] You cast her forth from here. We obey you. D. SEVERO. At last, you blackguard! ERNEST. Yes; now you are right. I will confess now. Do you want...
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Aspects of modern drama

Frank Wadleigh Chandler - Drama - 1914 - 494 pages
...credit his virtue and that of Teodora, why be virtuous? " Let nobody touch this woman !" he cries. "She is mine! The world has so desired it, and its decision I accept. . . . Come, Teodora. You cast her forth from here? We obey you." The lesson of the play is obvious....
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Foreign

Brander Matthews - Drama - 1915
...Severo. It is useless. It won't prevent me from [Approaches TEODORA.] Pep. [restraining him]. Father Ern. Stay. [Pause.] Let nobody touch this woman. She is...sustains her.] You cast her forth from here. We obey you. Severo. At last, you blackguard! Ern. Yes; now you are right. I will confess now. Do you want passion?...
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Great Spanish Plays in English Translation

Angel Flores - Literary Collections - 1962 - 473 pages
...outrages. Her lips are silent, mute her thoughts. But what I think of it all— yes, I will tell you. DON SEVERO. It is useless. It won't prevent me from —...sustains her.) You cast her forth from here. We obey you. DON SEVERO. At last, you blackguardl ERNEST. Yes; now you are right. I will confess now. Do you want...
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