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" Hesperian curls — the front of Job himself ! — An eye, like March, to threaten at command ! — A station, like Harry Mercury, new — '* Something about kissing — on a hill— however, the similitude struck me directly. "
The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces - 22 페이지
저자: Thomas Dibdin - 1815
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O. Henry: (William Sidney Porter)

Charles Alphonso Smith - 1921 - 1 페이지
...scintillation from the blunder. It is mere mutilation. "Then his presence," she says, "is so noble! I protest when I saw him, I thought of what Hamlet says...hill — however, the similitude struck me directly." In the third stage, O. Henry's priority and primacy seem to me equally assured. Jeff Peters, for example,...
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Three English Comedies: She Stoops to Conquer, The Rivals, The School for ...

Alban Bertram De Mille - 1924 - 479 페이지
...— in such good language too! His physiognomy so gramjY\ matical! Then his presence is so noble! I protest, when I saw him, I thought of what Hamlet says in the play : — 15 " Hesperian curls — the front of Job himself! — An eye, like March, to threaten at command!...
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The Plays of Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1925 - 411 페이지
...good language too ! — His physiognomy so grammatical ! — Then his presence is so noble ! — I protest when I saw him, I thought of what Hamlet says...she'll be presently when she discovers her mistake ! [Aside. Enter SERVANT Ser. Sir Anthony and Captain Absolute are below, ma'am. Mrs. Mai. Show them...
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The Rivals: A Comedy in Five Acts. Printed from the Prompt-copy of Miss ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1896 - 77 페이지
...himself, in such good language, too. His physiognomy so grammatical; then his presence so noble! I protest, when I saw him, I thought of what Hamlet...hill — however, the similitude struck me directly. LYD. (aside). How enraged she'll be presently, when she discovers her mistake ! Enter SERVANT, c.from...
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Readings in Literature, 도서 1

1925
...so grammatical! Then his presence is so noble! I protest, when I saw him, I thought of what Hamlet1 says in the play: — "Hesperian curls — the front...hill — however, the similitude struck me directly. ^Hamlet, Act III. sc. 4. 56-50. Look up this reference to see how Mrs. Malaprop twists the quotation....
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Rivals EasyRead Comfort Edition

Richard Sheridan - 2006 - 236 페이지
...presence is so noble! - I protest, when I saw him, I thought of what Hamlet says in the Play:"Hesperian curls! - the front of Job himself! - an eye, like...hill - however, the similitude struck me directly. Lyd. How enraged she'll be presently when she discovers her mistake! [Aside. Enter Servant. Serv. Sir...
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scenes from eighteenth century comedies

...— in such good language, too! His physiognomy so grammatical ! Then his presence is so noble l I protest, when I saw him, I thought of what Hamlet...hill — however, the similitude struck me directly. Lyd. How enraged she'll be presently, when she discovers her mistake ! [Aside. Enter SERVANT. Ser....
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