Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, Volume 22

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J. Bädeker, 1857 - Philology, Modern
Vols. for 1858- include "Sitzungen der Berliner Gesellschaft für das Studium der neuren Sprachen."

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Page 146 - Ainsi croissaient ces deux enfants de la nature. Aucun souci n'avait ridé leur front; aucune intempérance n'avait corrompu leur sang; aucune passion malheureuse n'avait dépravé leur cœur: l'amour, l'innocence, la piété, développaient chaque jour la beauté de leur âme en grâces ineffables , dans leurs traits , leurs attitudes et leurs mouvements.
Page 146 - Au matin de la vie, ils en avaient toute la fraîcheur ; tels, dans le jardin d'Eden, parurent nos premiers parents, lorsque, sortant des mains de Dieu, ils se virent, s'approchèrent et conversèrent d'abord comme frère et comme sœur : Virginie, douce, modeste, confiante, comme Eve ; et Paul, semblable à Adam, ayant la taille d'un homme, avec la simplicité d'un enfant.
Page 458 - Thucydides, had, from a mere Doric colony, increased in magnificence to a position in no way inferior to that of Athens herself when at the summit of her political prosperity. An opportunity is thus afforded of reproducing a classical era, and placing before the eyes of the spectator, tableaux vivants of the private and public life of the ancient Greeks...
Page 164 - When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person is read out before he is presented to the Vice-Chancellor. The proctor then walks once up and down the room, so that any person who objects to the degree being granted may signify the same by pulling or " plucking
Page 175 - Poich' al dolor che nella mente siede Sopr' ogni altro crudel, non si concede Di metter fine all' angosciosa vita ; Gli occhi che già mi fur benigni tanto, Volgi ora ai miei che al pianto Apron sì larga e sì continua uscita. Vedi come mutati son da quelli , Che ti solean parer già così belli. L...
Page 458 - It is evident that when an attempt is made to combine truth with history, conflicting epochs cannot all be illustrated ; and I have therefore thought it permissible to select a period which, while it accords with the spirit of the play, may be considered the most interesting, as well as the most instructive. The pivot on...
Page 459 - ... who was unknown in classic ages. CHRONOS, the ancient representative of Time, has been chosen, and I have ventured to associate him with an allegorical tableau of Luna and the Stars (personified), sinking before the Car of Phoebus, which rises with all its attributes of splendour. Each figure is taken from an antique, or from the works of Flaxman.
Page 459 - I have here ventured to introduce one of those festivals in honour of Bacchus, known under the title of Dionysia, wherein similar disguises were used, while the actors indulged in mad enthusiasm and extravagant merriment. ' For the purpose of presenting with closer accuracy the domestic manners of the period, Leontes and his Queen Hermione, together with their Kingly guest, are first discovered, towards the termination of a Feast, on the evening before the intended departure of Polixenes.
Page 174 - Quest' una ha non pur se fatta immortale Col dolce stil di che il miglior non odo; Ma può qualunque di cui parli o scriva, Trar del sepolcro , e far ch
Page 143 - ... ils étaient, dans la maison, dans les champs, dans les bois, ils levaient vers le ciel des mains innocentes et un cœur plein de l'amour de leurs parents.

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