Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, Volume 132

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Georg Westermann, 1914 - Languages, Modern

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Page 310 - Where unfledged actors learn to laugh and cry, Where infant punks their tender voices try, And little Maximins the gods defy. Great Fletcher never treads in buskins here, Nor greater Jonson dares in socks appear...
Page 141 - Raleigh seeing, put up his money and went his ways. But my Lord Southampton took exceptions at him, and told him he would remember it ; and so finding him between the Tennis Court wall and the garden shook him, and Willoughby pulled out some of his locks. The Queen gave Willoughby thanks for what he did in his Presence, and told him he had done better if he had sent him to the Porter's Lodge to see who durst have fetched him out.
Page 306 - Nursery, where none of us ever were before ; where the house is better and the musique better than we looked for, and the acting not much worse, because I expected as bad as could be: and I was not much mistaken, for it was so.
Page 279 - I fear not. Why then, let her go, I care not. Farewell, farewell, since this I find is true, I will not spend more time in wooing you. But I will seek elsewhere. If I may find her there Shall I bid her go?
Page 279 - Sweet, kiss me once: sweet kisses time beguile. I have no power to move. How now, am I in love? Wilt thou needs be gone? Go then, all is one. Wilt thou needs be gone? Oh, hie thee! Nay, stay and do no more deny me. Once more farewell. I see 'Loth to depart' Bids oft adieu to her that holds my heart.
Page 278 - Schultern ruhte; aber der Gedanke, das Verdienst, das ich doch zuletzt, es sei nun groß oder klein, habe, gar nicht anerkannt zu sehn, und mich von ihnen als ein ganz nichtsnutziges Glied der menschlichen Gesellschaft, das keiner Teilnahme mehr wert sei, betrachtet zu sehn, ist mir überaus schmerzhaft, wahrhaftig, es raubt mir nicht nur die Freuden, die ich von der Zukunft hoffte, sondern es vergiftet mir auch die Vergangenheit.
Page 292 - You violets that first appear, By your pure purple mantles known Like the proud virgins of the year, As if the spring were all your own ; What are you when the rose is blown ? So, when my mistress shall be seen In form and beauty of her mind, By virtue first, then choice, a Queen, Tell me, if she were not design'd Th...
Page 304 - Nursery ; that is, is going to build a house in Moorefields, wherein he will have common plays acted. But four operas it shall have in the year, to act six weeks at a time : where we shall have the best scenes and machines, the best musique, and every thing as magnificent as is in Christendome ; and to that end hath sent for voices and painters and other persons from Italy.
Page 57 - Where waters smoothest run, deep are the fords ; The dial stirs, yet none perceives it move. The firmest faith is in the fewest words ; The turtles cannot sing, and yet they love. True hearts have eyes and ears, no tongues to speak ; They hear and see and sigh, and then they break.
Page 124 - Les Chroniques admirables du puissant roy Gargantua : ensemble comme il eut a femme la fille du roy de Utopie nommee...

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