Modern Language Notes, Volume 18

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Johns Hopkins Press, 1903 - Philology, Modern
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Page 113 - So must pure lovers' souls descend To affections, and to faculties, Which sense may reach and apprehend, Else a great prince in prison lies. To our bodies turn we then, that so Weak men on love reveal'd may look; Love┐s mysteries in souls do grow, But yet the body is his book.
Page 128 - 5: “ The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment : for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God.” It
Page 193 - These are the youths that thunder at a playhouse and fight for bitten apples ; that no audience, but the tribulation of Towerhill, or the limbs of Limehouse, their dear brothers, are able to endure.”
Page 71 - on a hill retired, In thoughts more elevate, and reasoned high Of Providence, Foreknowledge, Will, and Fate, Fixed fate, free will, foreknowledge absolute.”
Page 112 - Since I have lackt the comfort of that light, The which was wont to lead my thoughts astray; I wander as in darkenesse of the night, Affrayd of every dangers least dismay. Ne ought I see, though in the clearest day, When others gaze upon
Page 220 - stood behind and waited on the three, And seeing her so sweet and serviceable Geraint had longing in him evermore To stoop and kiss the tender little thumb That crest the trencher as she laid it down;
Page 116 - Fainter by day, but always in the night Bloodred, and sliding down the blacken'd marsh Bloodred, and on the naked mountain top Bloodred, and in the sleeping mere below Bloodred.” The
Page 101 - Giraldus, after a long description which tallies remarkably with the AngloSaxon, declares that ‘ bishops and clergymen in some parts of Ireland do not scruple to dine off these birds at the time of fasting, because they are not flesh nor born of flesh.' With such evidence as this, we must accept Max
Page 112 - Of which beholding the Idaea' playne, Through contemplation of my purest part, With light thereof I doe my selfe sustayne, And thereon feed my loveaffamisht hart. But, with such brightnesse whylest I fill my mind, I starve my body, and mine eyes doe blynd.
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