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Strona 137 - Canst thou not minister to a mind diseased, Pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow, Raze out the written troubles of the brain And with some sweet oblivious antidote Cleanse the stuffed bosom of that perilous stuff Which weighs upon the heart?
Strona 142 - Of one that loved not wisely but too well ; Of one not easily jealous, but being wrought Perplex'd in the extreme ; of one whose hand, Like the base Indian, threw a pearl away Richer than all his tribe ; of one whose subdued eyes, Albeit unused to the melting mood, Drop tears as fast as the Arabian trees Their medicinal gum.
Strona 34 - twere the cape of a long ridge of such, Save that there was no sea to lave its base, But a most living landscape...
Strona 120 - ... of them was yet fully seventeen years old. They walked arm-enclasping each the other, or sat on banks to look at sunsets (cloud-scenery as he styled it), or gathered flowers to make her an Ophelia, or in the depths of his leafy theatre enacted scenes. He was writing a drama too — a tragedy — the subject the story of Belshazzar, and used to read, or rather act, the lines as he composed them for her sweet criticism. This was too happy to be of long duration. He applied for employment as a player...
Strona 8 - The bird of all birds that I love the best Is the robin that in the churchyard builds its nest; For he seems to watch Kathleen, hops lightly o'er Kathleen, My Kathleen O'More!
Strona 124 - ... her passion are ineffectual, and at last you must begin to affect coolness yourself, while your very heart is burning, and you see her indifference is real ? Have you ever known this feeling? — transplant it to the heart of a woman, young, beautiful, and all gentleness, and you will conceive the torture that wrenched the bosom of poor Lilias.
Strona 35 - My word, William, did it ever fail you? I swear to you as I shall answer to that Being whose eye alone saw the deed, that she is absolutely pure of it, whatever the evidence may appear to prove to you ! Will you, for my sake, use your utmost efforts to lead the jury to a verdict of acquittal ?"
Strona 112 - Moreover, the graceful little boy at the window of the small backparlour, standing before a large book, open upon a table, muttering, and anon almost reading aloud, whilst the slight movements of his person, and the quick glance of his eye, seemed to keep time (if we may use the expression) with the ideas in the text — that was her son, Frank Merrick, the hope and pride of her heart — and the volume was the second of an edition of Shakspeare, containing, among others, the plays of Hamlet, Othello,...
Strona 115 - I crept into it, with the view of making my way to the outside ; but close to the outer aperture a large stone had slipped from the upper part — the roof, you know, of the hole — and impeded my escape. Instantly — for I heard them descending through the trap — instantly I put my shoulder against it, and lying upon my front, I thrust my heels against projecting stones on each side, and bore my whole force against it. One strong shove, and it shook ; the next — it gave way ; but that instant...
Strona 102 - I watched tor him, and at length observed him, after seeing the large gates of the distillery locked, walk away along the dark and lone street in which it stood. I met him, and going close to him wished him a good evening, and began immediately, and with perfect confidence, to remark upon the circumstances I have detailed. Stopping short, however, as we walked, he interrupted me.