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" There gleam'da vague suspicion in his eyes : Some meddling rogue has tamper'd with him — else Rapt in this fancy of his Table Round, And swearing men to vows impossible, To make them like himself : but, friend, to me He is all fault who hath no fault... "
Idylls of the king - Page 136
by Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1893
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 14

1871
...Lancelot about Arthur, which combines the metaphysical with the physical : " He is all fault who hath no fault at all, For who loves me must have a touch of earth ; The low sun makes the color. ' ' In a different direction, a passage on the way in which Elaine in her meditations pored over Lancelot's...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 109

1871
...Lancelot about Arthur, which combines the metaphysical with the physical : " He is all fault who hath no fault at all, For who loves me must have a touch of earth ; The low eun makes the colour." In a different direction, a passage on the way in which Elaine in her meditations...
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Idyls of the king. Author's ed

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1859
...swearing men to vows impossible, To make them like himself: but, friend, to me He is all fault who hath no fault at all : For who loves me must have a touch...sun makes the color : I am yours, Not Arthur's, as you know, save by the bond. And therefore hear my words : go to the jousts : The tiny-trumpeting gnat...
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Idylls of the King

Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - 1859 - 261 pages
...swearing men to vows impossible, To make them like himself : but, friend, to me He is all fault who hath no fault at all : For who loves me must have a touch of earth ; The low sun makes the colour : I am yours, Not Arthur's, as you know, save by the bond. And therefore hear my words : go...
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The poetical works of Alfred Tennyson, poet laureate, etc ..., Volume 2

Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - History - 1861
...swearing men to vows impossible, To make them like himself: but, friend, to me He is all fault who hath no fault at all : For who loves me must have a touch of earth ; The low sun makes the colour : I am yours, Not Arthur's, as you know, save by the bond. And therefore hear my words : go...
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Poetical Works, Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1861
...swearing men to vows impossible, To make them like himself: but, friend, to me He is all fault who hath no fault at all : For who loves me must have a touch of earth ; The low sun makes the colour : I am yours, Not Arthur's, as you know, save by the bond. And therefore hear my words : go...
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the poetical works of alfred tennyson

alfred tennyson - 1862
...swearing men to vows impossible, To make them like himself: but, friend, to me He is all fault who hath no fault at all : For who loves me must have a touch of earth ; The low sun makes the colour : I am yours, Not Arthur's, as you know, save by the bond. And therefore hear my words : go...
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Thalatta! Or The great commoner [signed S.].

John Skelton (sir.) - 1862
...startled the empty streets and the grey dawn. CHAPTER YI. DOWNING-STREET. lie is all fault who hath no fault at all ; For who loves me must have a touch of earth. "l/TOWBEAY sat in his office in Downing-street the -*-"-*• morning after the debate. The room was...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 54

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1864
...the mouth of Guinevere and never, we think, satisfactorily answered : — He is all fault, who hath no fault at all ; For who loves me must have a touch of earth : The low sun makes the colour. Nor does the scene in which the guilty wife and injured husband meet for the last time, nor...
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Late Laurels, Volumes 1-2

English fiction - 1864
...badge to my sleeve. Penserosa is too lofty.' ' Yes,' cried Florence — ' She is all fault who hath no fault at all; For who loves me must have a touch of earth.' * ' So say not I,' cried Erle, delighted to find how much interest Florence took in his latest mood....
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