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" OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I knew her by her Roman symbols. Who is Levana ? Reader, that do not pretend to have leisure for very much scholarship, you will not be angry with me for telling you. Levana was the Roman goddess that performed... "
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Suspira de profundis, being a sequel to the Confessions of an English opium ...

Thomas De Quincey - 1871
...or delirium from any similar or equal disturbance in his nature.* LEVANA AND OUE LADIES OF SORROW. OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I knew her by her Eoman symbols. Who is Levana ? Reader, that do not pretend to have leisure for very much scholarship,...
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The Works of Thomas De Quincey: Suspira de profundis. General index

Thomas De Quincey - 1871
...or delirium from any similar or equal disturbance in his nature."" LEVANA AND DUE LADIES OF SORROW. OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I knew her by her Eoman symbols. Who is Levana 1 Reader, that do not pretend to have leisure for very much scholarship,...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater, and Kindred Papers, Issues 1-4

Thomas De Quincey - Opium abuse - 1876 - 615 pages
...SORROW. OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams, knew her by her Roman symbols. Who is Levaiia 1 Reader, that do not pretend to have leisure for very...Levana was the Roman goddess that performed for the new-bom infant the earliest office of ennobling kindness, — typical, by its mode, of that grandeur...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater, and Kindred Papers, Issues 1-4

Thomas De Quincey - Opium abuse - 1876 - 615 pages
...without violent agenciit the human brain i-.li, tendency a palimpsest. LEV ANA AN!) OUR LADIES OF SORROW. OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I knew her by her Roman symbols. Who is Levana 1 Reader, that do not pretend to have leisure for very much scholarship, you will not be angry with...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - Opium abuse - 1886 - 275 pages
...Milton) — With dreadful faces throng'd and fiery arms. LEVANA AND OUR LADIES OF SORROW. ilFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I knew her by...Who is Levana? Reader, that do not pretend to have much leisure for very much scholarship, you will not be angry with me for telling you. Levana was the...
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Joan of Arc: Selections: I. Joan of Arc. II. Affliction of Childhood. III ...

Julian Willis Abernethy - 1889 - 64 pages
...symbols. Who is Levana ? Reader, that V do not pretend to have leisure for very much scholarship, you v V will not be angry with me for telling you. Levana...grandeur which belongs to man everywhere, and of that* s benignity in powers invisible which even in Pagan worlds^' 'N sometimes descends to sustain it. At...
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Joan of Arc: And Other Selections from Thomas De Quincey. Joan of Arc. The ...

Thomas De Quincey - 1892 - 164 pages
...emblazon in thy deliverance the endless resurrections of His love ! LEVANA AND OUR LADIES OF SORROW. OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I...for telling you. Levana was the Roman goddess that per- 5 formed for the new-born infant the earliest office of ennobling kindness,—typical, by its...
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Joan of Arc: And Other Selections from Thomas De Quincy. I. Joan of Arc. II ...

Thomas De Quincey - 1892 - 164 pages
...emblazon in thy deliverance the endless resurrections of His love ! LEV ANA AND OUR LADIES OF SORROW. OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I...very much scholarship, you will not be angry with nie for telling you. Levana was the Roman goddess that per- 5 formed for the new-born infant the earliest...
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An English Grammar: For the Use of High School, Academy, and College Classes

William Malone Baskervill, James Witt Sewell - English language - 1895 - 349 pages
...sake of country a man is told to yield everything that makes the land honorable. — HW BEECHER. 5. Reader, that do not pretend to have leisure for very...scholarship, you will not be angry with me for telling you. — DE QUINCEY. 6. The Tree Igdrasil, that has its roots down in the kingdoms of Hela and Death, and...
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De Quincey's Confessions of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - Readers - 1898 - 243 pages
...native hills before he had put her back 30 into her Father's house. LEVANA AND OUR LADIES OF SORROW. OFTENTIMES at Oxford I saw Levana in my dreams. I...Who is Levana? Reader, that do not pretend to have much leisure for very much scholarship, you will not be angry with me for 5 telling you. Levana was...
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