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Page 43 - 'And here he stands, I dare be sworn for him, he would not leave it, Nor pluck it from his finger, for the wealth That the world masters.' And Julia says to Protheus, in The Two Gentlemen of Verona,
Page 424 - eye is large and full, and not very dark, but grey -- such an eye as would receive from a heavy soul the dullest expression; but it speaks every emotion of his animated mind: it has more of ' the poet's eye in a fine frenzy rolling' than I ever witnessed." Dorothy
Page 484 - And bared the knotted column of his throat The massive square of his heroic breast And arms on which the standing muscle sloped. And Enid woke and sat beside the couch Admiring him and thought within herself Was ever man so grandly made as he
Page 513 - Yet now I charge thee, quickly go again As thou art lief and dear, and do the thing I bade thee, watch, and lightly bring me word." Then went Sir Bedivere the second time
Page 64 - have been pleased with the liberty of using it in this sense, as he has copied it in his „Paradise Lost"; B. IX. V. 245. 'These paths and bowers doubt not but our joint hands Will keep from wilderness with ease'." Theobald,
Page 63 - „How nobly, and to what advantage, has Shakespeare expressed this sentiment in his Hamlet! . .. And that should teach us, There's a divinity that shapes our ends, Roughhew them how we will." The
Page 514 - the surface, rose an arm And caught him by the hilt, and brandished him Three times, and drew him under in the mere. And lightly went the other to the King. [Then
Page 398 - justice, are not altogether destitute of fancy and originality; they might have won him greater reputation but for an inveterate love of allegory, which is apt to invest his plots and characters with the aspect of scenery and people in the clouds, and to steal away the human warmth out of his conceptions."
Page 201 - placari testatur . Unde et philosophus dicit in quarto ethicorum quod dona habent aliquid simile deo sacratis . VII. Die theologische basis ist die Zugehörigkeit des Spiritus Pietatis zu den sieben gaben des heiligen geistes, Is. XI, 2: Et requiescit super eum Spiritus Domini: spiritus sapientiae et intellectus, spiritus consilii et fortitudinis, Spiritus scientiae et pietatis, et replebit eum spiritus timoris domini . Schon