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" Great expectation, wear a train of shame. For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, What can be hoped my harvest time will be? Sure you say well, your wisdom's golden mine Dig deep with learning's spade, now... "
The cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies.. - Page 113
by C. Cox (publisher.) - 1845
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The cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies, Volumes 3-4

Biography & Autobiography - 1845
...person—hear and be pleased with the continual voice of praise that was raised in his favour—nay, she could hardly even avoid some consciousness of...gives us a glimpse of the popular appreciation of his character—some, " Because the Prince my service tries, Think that I think state-errors'to redress."...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Sir Philip Sidney, Knt: With a Life of the Author ...

Sir Philip Sidney, William Gray - Poetry - 1860 - 380 pages
...birth I owe Nobler desires, lest else that friendly foe, Great expectation, were a train of shame. For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, What can be hop'd my harvest-time will be ? Sure, you say well, your wisdom's golden...
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An English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History and Literature, Volume 1

Edward Arber - English literature - 1877
...birth I owe Nobler desires : lest else that friendly foe Great Expectation, wear a train of shame." For since mad March great promise made of me ; If now the May of my years much decline, What can be hoped my harvest time will be ? " Sure you say well ! Your wisdom's golden...
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Sir Philip Sidney's Astrophel & Stella: Wherein the Excellence of Sweet ...

Sir Philip Sidney - Poetry - 1888 - 233 pages
...desires, least else that friendly foe, / """.'•* Great expectation, weare a traine of shame. / i For since mad March great promise made of me, : If now the May of my yeares much decline, What can be hoped my harvest time will be ? f Sure, you say well, " Your wisdome's...
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A Little Book of English Sonnets

Sonnets, English - 1903 - 217 pages
...birth I owe Nobler desires, lest else that friendly foe, Great expectation, wear a train of shame. For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, What can be hoped my harvest time will be ? Sure you say well, " Your wisdom's golden...
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English Poetry (1170-1892)

John Matthews Manly - English poetry - 1907 - 580 pages
...birth I owe Nobler desires, lest else that friendly foe, Great expectation, wear a train of shame: For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, ю What can be hoped my harvest-time will be? Sure, you say well, " Your wisdom's golden...
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Century Readings for a Course in English Literature, Volume 1

John William Cunliffe, James Francis Augustin Pyre, Karl Young - English literature - 1910 - 1143 pages
...birth I owe Nobler desires, lest else that friendly foe, Great Expectation, wear a train of shame: For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, J0 What can be hoped my harvest-time will be? Sure, you say well, ' Your wisdom's golden...
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The poems of Sir Philip Sidney

Sir Philip Sidney - 1922 - 320 pages
...birth I owe Nobler desires, lest else that friendly foe, Great expectation, wear a train of shame; For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, What can be hoped my harvest-time will be ? Sure, you say well. Your wisdom's golden...
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Sir Philip Sidney: Selected Prose and Poetry

Sir Philip Sidney - Literary Criticism - 1983 - 539 pages
...diseased tissue. Nobler desires, lest else that friendly foe, Great expectation, wear a train of shame; For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, "> What can be hoped my harvest-time will be? Sure, you say well. Your wisdom's golden...
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The Sound of Virtue: Philip Sidney's Arcadia and Elizabethan Politics

Blair Worden - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 406 pages
...princes and like Sidney, has borne 'great expectation'."'4 Like Sidney's, his career has faltered: For since mad March great promise made of me, If now the May of my years much decline, What can be hoped by harvest time will be? The lovelorn Astrophil, like the lovelorn...
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