Memoirs of the American Folk-lore Society, Volume 9 (Google eBook)

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American Folk-lore Society, 1907 - Folklore - 234 pages
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Page 182 - ... a tus pies para librarme. SEGISMUNDO. —Tu voz pudo enternecerme, tu presencia suspenderme, y tu respeto turbarme. ¿Quién eres? Que aunque yo aquí tan poco del mundo sé que cuna y sepulcro...
Page 22 - Las estrellas brillas Y luego se paren, Absortas se quedan De ver la nevada. Vamos al cerro alto A dormir, pastores, Hasta el ojo sarco, Fuente de las flores. Al pié de esa se ja i80 Hemos de parar, Porque allí, hay buen pasto, Y hay buen salitral.
Page 238 - Persons willing to assist in this work of publication, by the annual payment, during such time as they may please, of ten dollars (which sum, it will be understood, includes the annual membership fee of the Society), are requested to remit their subscriptions to the Treasurer, Eliot W.
Page 191 - Aqui se acabd la loa. The word loa suggests that this long speech may be part of a loa or prologue which formerly preceded the play. Ver. 2233-2258. The construction of these closing verses is not always clear, but we think the sense is fairly well given in the translation. APPENDIX • APPENDIX I PARALLEL SCENES LUCIFER SCENES FROM EL AUTO SACRAMENTAL AL NACIMIENTO DEL HIJO DE DIGS, FOR ANTONIO DE CASTILLA.
Page 200 - ... quien hirib, con mi veneno iracundo, dexa que se abrase el mundo, puesto que me abraso yo. Dexa S. MIGUEL Que te he de dexar villano, loco, sin ley, comunero contra el Rey ; que subes para baxar ? No sabes que Dios se apresta para hazer vida del bien, y que siendo de Belen, es selua sagrada aquesta ? No sabes que en aqueste prado...
Page 198 - Haga guerra á guie me ofende, la esperanza le marchite, el esclauo se le niege, los poderes le registre. Mi ardiente espada le amague, su muerte le baticine, y que le quite la vida, aunque la vida me quite.
Page 35 - Ante su Dios verdadero, Le formaron un turendero, Y le hicieron un turridn. Tremontdn entre las pajas Le hicieron rajas; For Jesus, powerful to save, Is born for us to-night. BATO A virgin bore the tender Babe, For heavenly His conception was. A tiny Child, He came disguised In human flesh, prepared for death, Trembling, suffering, giving life, Becoming man. The angels sang: "The Prince of Peace is born to-day!" BARTOLO The Child was born in winter's chill, After so many weary years. The mighty sea...
Page 5 - Que & mi corazdn perturban? 40 To Holy Mary thanks we raise, And Joseph, for their grace; Mere shepherd lads, we now may gaze On the Redeemer's face. Angels and seraphs by the throne, Joyfully on high, The names of Mary, and her Son And Joseph glorify. The guilt of Adam in his fall Our Saviour prophesied, Will wash away, and loose us all From bonds of sin and pride. A branch sprang from a sturdy tree, A flower from the bough, And Jesse's trunk is fair to see, — The Babe its blossom now. A bitter...
Page 216 - Déjate de regañar Que no me ves tan cansado. Así Bartolo al cuidado De su costillas y pulmones. El suelo es mi buen colchón El cielo tan estrellado Le sirve de pavellón Que quieren más de Bartolo. Si te quedas dormido No creas que te despierte.
Page 47 - LUCIFER enters LUCIFER Grouped on these hills the shepherds lie (aside) Sleeping. I summon all my craft To steal their souls. All Hell assist! [To Shepherds Shepherds, be not afraid of me. I am a man, no savage beast, And all I ask is shelter, food, And fire, — a stranger's right. TEBANO Good sir, Most gladly would I grant thy wish, Did I not fear . . . just wait a bit. [Aside to the other Shepherds As quick as maybe, let 's away! LUCIFER That timid answer suits my pride! (aside) But I abandon...

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