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205 페이지 - By Anthony Trollope. TACITUS. By WB Donne. CICERO. By the Editor. PLINY'S LETTERS. By the Rev. Alfred Church, MA, and the Rev.
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89 페이지 - So beautiful she was — and I, Between my love and jealousy, Am so convulsed with hope and fear, Unworthy as it may appear. So bitter is the life I live, That, hear me, Hell ! I now would give To thy most detested spirit My soul, forever to inherit, To suffer punishment and pine, So this woman may be mine.
95 페이지 - For whilst thus thy boughs entwine, I fear lest thou shouldst teach me, sophist, How arms might be entangled too. Light-enchanted sunflower, thou Who gazest ever true and tender On the sun's revolving splendor! Follow not his faithless glance With thy faded countenance, Nor teach my beating heart to fear, If leaves can mourn without a tear, How eyes must weep!
78 페이지 - Tree, which heaven has willed to dower With that true fruit whence we live, As that other, death did give ; Of new Eden loveliest flower ; Bow of light, that in worst hour Of the worst flood signal true O'er the world, of mercy threw ; Fair plant, yielding sweetest wine ; Of our David harp divine ; Of our Moses tables new ; Sinner am I, therefore I Claim upon thy mercies make, Since alone for sinners...
94 페이지 - Tis that enamoured Nightingale Who gives me the reply; He ever tells the same soft tale Of passion and of constancy To his mate, who rapt and fond. Listening sits, a bough beyond.
84 페이지 - ... Doth in its little space excel The grandest palace where a king doth dwell. Far better on some natural lawn To see the morn its gems bestrew, Or watch it weeping pearls of dew Within the white arms of the dawn ; Or view, before the sun, the stars Drive o'er the brightening plain their swiftly fading cars ; Far better in the mighty main, As night comes on and clouds grow...