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" the hollow and not unmusical murmur of the midnight sea after the tempest had raved itself to rest'; for the last time those tones 'sank into the heart like the sighing of the gentle breeze among the strings of an aeolian harp, or among the branches... "
A Record of the Boston Stage - Page 178
by William Warland Clapp - 1853 - 479 pages
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 18

Great Britain - 1834
...the hero's ambition, to the soldier's glory, to the husband's cherished bliss, to the human weakness, the sympathies and the affections of the man, —...thunder-storm, — he faltered forth the words " Othello's occupation's gone ! " and sunk almost exhausted on the arm of his son ! A sudden and a saddening conviction...
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A record of the Boston stage. (Orig. publ. in the Boston evening gazette).

William Warland Clapp - 1853
...the appearance of father and son, as the representatives of two such characters as Othello and Iogo would prove, rendered that condition the sine qua...Charles Kean devolved the melancholy but filial duty of hearing his exhausted father from the field of his former triumphs, and from the eyes of those whom...
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The life of Edmund Kean

Actors - 1869 - 420 pages
...as unutterably pathetic as of old. For the last time the melodiousness of his unexerted tones " came over the spirit like the desolate moaning of the blast that precedes the thunder-storm," or like " the hollow and not unmusical murmur of the midnight sea after the tempest had raved itself...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: Othello. [c1886

William Shakespeare - 1886
...as unutterably pathetic as of old. For the last time the melodiousness of his unexerted tones ' came over the spirit like the desolate moaning of the blast that precedes the thunderstorm,' or like ' the hollow and not unmusical murmur of the midnight sea after the tempest had raved itself...
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Life of Edwin Forrest: The American Tragedian, Volume 1

William Rounseville Alger - 1877
...Hazlitt, Procter, Lamb, and the rest, all agree in this. They say, " the mournful melody of his voice came over the spirit like the desolate moaning of the blast that precedes the thunder-storm." It was like " the hollow and musical murmur of the midnight sea when the tempest has raved 10 itself...
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Players of a Century: A Record of the Albany Stage

Henry Pitt Phelps - Theater - 1880 - 412 pages
...Hazlitt, Proctor, Lamb, and the rest, all agree in this. They say ,'^the mournful melody of his voice came over the spirit like the desolate moaning of the blast that precedes the thunder storm.' It was like 'the hollow and musical murmur of the midnight sea when the tempest has...
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Players of a Century: A Record of the Albany Stage. Including Notices of ...

Henry Pitt Phelps - Theater - 1880 - 412 pages
...Hazlitt, Proctor, Lamb, and the rest, all agree in this. They say ' the mournful melody of his voice came over the spirit like the desolate moaning of the blast that precedes the thunder storm.' It was like 'the hollow and musical murmur of the midnight sea when the tempest has...
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Othello, Volume 3

William Shakespeare - 1886 - 471 pages
...as unutterably pathetic as of old. For the last time the melodiousness of his unexerted tones 'came over the spirit like the desolate moaning of the blast that precedes the thunderstorm,' or like ' the hollow and not unmusical murmur of the midnight sea after the tempest had raved itself...
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Othello

William Shakespeare - 1886 - 471 pages
...as unutterably pathetic as of old. For the last time the melodiousness of his uncxerted tones 'came over the spirit like the desolate moaning of the blast that precedes the thunderstorm,' or like 'the hollow and not unmusical murmur of the midnight sea after the tempest had raved itself...
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