Anglia: Zeitschrift für englische Philologie

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Page 243 - the same scene he says 'Though honesty be no Puritan, yet it will do no hurt: it will wear the surplice of humility over the black gown of a big heart'. Finally in Winter's Tale
Page 152 - shines fair, To sing, to toy, to dance and kiss Over woods, high rocks, and mountains: Over hills, and misty fountains: Over steeples, towers, and turrets. We fly by night mongst troops of Spirits. No ring of bells to our ears sounds; No howls of wolves, nor yelps of hounds; No, nor the noise of waters' breach, Nor cannons' throats, our
Page 243 - Maria says that Malvolio is 'sometimes a kind of puritan' but when Sir Andrew says that in that case 'he would beat him like a dog' she goes on 'the devil a puritan that he is, or anything constantly but a timepleaser, an
Page 143 - Yes; no wonder, When rich ones scarce tell true: to lapse in fulness Is sorer than to lie for need; and falsehood Is worse in kings than beggars'.

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