Neue philologische Rundschau

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F.A. Perthes, 1908 - Philology

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Page 488 - And view the ground's most gentle dimplement, (As if God's finger touched but did not press In making England) such an up and down Of verdure, — nothing too much up or down, A ripple of land; such little hills, the sky Can stoop to tenderly and the wheatfields climb...
Page 495 - Of writing many books there is no end; And I who have written much in prose and verse For others' uses, will write now for mine, — Will write my story for my better self, As when you paint your portrait for a friend, Who keeps it in a drawer and looks at it Long after he has ceased to love you, just To hold together what he was and is.
Page 488 - I learnt to love that England. Very oft, Before the day was born, or otherwise Through secret windings of the afternoons, I threw my hunters off and plunged myself Among the deep hills, as a hunted stag Will take the waters, shivering with the fear And passion of the course. And when at last Escaped, so many a green slope built on slope Betwixt me and the...
Page 296 - M. [m Dem Wunsche, weiteren Kreisen eine vorläufige Vorstellung von den neugefundenen Fragmenten des Menander zu geben, ist dieser Versuch einer Übersetzung des Textes und einer inhaltlichen Ergänzung der fehlenden Szenen entsprungen. Man lasse diesen Versuch auf sich wirken, wie die Entwürfe von Dramen, von denen der Dichter bereits einige Szenen ausgeführt, andere erst in Prosa skizziert hat.
Page 493 - Also der Held, und hin nach dem Knäblein streckt' er die Arme; Aber zurück an den Busen der schöngegürteten Amme Schmiegte sich schreiend das Kind, erschreckt von dem liebenden Vater, Scheuend des Erzes Glanz und die flatternde Mähne des Busches, Welchen es fürchterlich sah von des Helmes Spitze herabwehn.
Page 490 - Forever that the world's not paradise. 0 cousin. let us be content, in work, To do the thing we can, and not presume To fret because it's little.
Page 492 - The world waits For help. Beloved, let us love so well, Our work shall still be better for our love, And still our love be sweeter for our work, And both commended, for the sake of each, By all true workers and true lovers born.
Page 548 - Das / in offen, das die Grammatik (auch Hörn, S. 148), für stumm erklärt, wird in sorgfältiger Aussprache oft gehört. Horns vorzügliche Arbeit ist allen, die tiefer in die Kenntnis des heutigen Englisch eindringen wollen, aufs wärmste zu empfehlen. ..." Neue Philologische Rundschau 1908 Nr.
Page 544 - (a) A connected account was to be given of the successive movements of English literature, both main and subsidiary; and this was intended to imply an adequate treatment of secondary writers, instead of their being overshadowed by a few great names.

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