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" ... was something peaceful and profound in her sorrow, which indicated a mind fully conscious and sensitive enough to feel it. But it was not only her own appearance which, in the midst of so much misery, marked her out so especially as an object of commiseration,... "
I Promessi Sposi (The Betrothed) - Page 570
by Alessandro Manzoni - 1909 - 668 pages
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I promessi sposi, The betrothed. Transl, Volume 2

Alessandro Francesco T.A. Manzoni - 1844
...marked her out so especially as an object of commiseration, and revived in her behalf a feeling now exhausted extinguished, in men's hearts. She carried...dress, as if those hands had decked her out for a long promised feast, granted as a reward. Nor was she lying there, but upheld and adjusted on one arm,...
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The betrothed: A new translation, Volume 2

Alessandro Manzoni - 1844
...marked her out so especially as an object of commiseration, and revived in her behalf a feeling now exhausted extinguished, in men's hearts. She carried...dress, as if those hands had decked her out for a long promised feast, granted as a reward. Nor was she lying there, but upheld and adjusted on one arm,...
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Crestomazia Italiana ...

Eleutario Felix Foresti - 1851
...sensitive enough to feel it. 5 Ni la teneva a giacere, till un sentimento. Nor was the little girl lying there, but upheld and adjusted on one arm, with her breast reclining against ber mother's, like a living creature, Bave that a delicate little hand, as white as wax, hung from...
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Library of the world's best literature, ancient and modern, Volume 24

Charles Dudley Warner - Literary Collections - 1897
...marked her out so especially as an object of commiseration, and revived in her behalf a feeling now exhausted extinguished in men's hearts. She carried in her arms a little child, about nine }'ears old, now a lifeless body; but laid out and arranged, with her hair parted on her forehead, and...
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Masterpieces of the Masters of Fiction

William Dudley Foulke - Fiction - 1912 - 269 pages
...profound in her sorrow, which indicated a mind fully conscious and sensitive enough to feel it. ... She carried in her arms a little child, about nine...dress, as if those hands had decked her out for a long promised feast, granted as a reward. Nor was she lying there, but upheld and adjusted on one arm,...
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I Promessi Sposi

Alessandro Manzoni
...marked her out so especially as an object of commiseration, and revived in her behalf a feeling now exhausted - extinguished, in men's hearts. She carried...dress, as if those hands had decked her out for a long promised feast, granted as a reward. Nor was she lying there, but upheld and adjusted on one arm,...
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