The Comédienne

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1920 - Polish literature - 499 pages

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Page 461 - I stretch forth my hands unto thee : my soul thirsteth after thee, as a thirsty land. 7 Hear me, speedily, O LORD : my spirit faileth : hide not thy face from me, lest I be like unto them that go down into the pit.
Page 460 - They also that seek after my life lay snares for me; and they that seek my hurt speak mischievous things, and imagine deceits all the day long.
Page 460 - LORD, rebuke me not in thine indignation, neither chasten me in thy displeasure. 2 Have mercy upon me, O Lord, for I am weak: O Lord, heal me, for my bones are vexed. 3 My soul also is sore troubled: but, Lord, how long wilt thou punish me ? 4 Turn thee, O Lord, and deliver my soul ; O save me, for thy mercies...
Page 460 - Be glad in the LORD, and rejoice, ye righteous : and shout for joy, all ye that are upright in heart.
Page 473 - What am I going to do? What am I going to do?
Page 462 - Teach me to do thy will ; for thou art my God : Thy Spirit is good ; lead me into the land of uprightness. 1 1 Quicken me, O LORD, for thy name's sake : For thy righteousness' sake bring my soul out of trouble.
Page 258 - It was remarked as something extraordinary, that this was the first time in her life that she had ever been known to address a person with the pronoun
Page 40 - What are you doing to me? What are you doing to me?!
Page 231 - Miriam, breakfast is waiting ; the bannocks are nearly cold. There's Philip -- Eh !— I beg your pardon, I did not know you had a visitor. Yon're just in time for breakfast, sir.
Page 456 - She closed her eyes for a moment to shut out the sight of...

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