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" And yet (though never so divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit of our land Must pass the beauty. "
Versiones Homeri Anglicae inter se comparatae - Página 59
por David Georg Penon - 1861 - 60 páginas
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Laocoon

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing - 1874 - 360 páginas
...sc. 1. RP d ' And yet (tho' never so divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake with all our progenies...go : the profit of our land Must pass the beauty.' CHAPMAN. RP e ' Which stirred a sweet desire in her ; to serve the which she hied, Shadow'd her graces...
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The Works of George Chapman ...

George Chapman - 1875
...endure, for so admired a dame, So many miseries, and so long? In her sweet countenance shine Lookslike the Goddesses'. And yet (though never so divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, [progenies, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...Goddesses'. And yet (though never so divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies,...let her go ; the profit of our land Must pass the beautyf" Thus, though these could bear so fit a hand On their affections, yet, when all their gravest...
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The English Poets, Volumen1

Thomas H. Ward - 1880
...Trojans to endure, for so admired a dame, So many miseries, and so long? In her sweet countenance siiine Looks like the Goddesses'. And yet (though never so...divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit...
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Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...Trojans to endure, for so admired a dame, So many miseries, and so long ? In her sweet countenance shine Looks like the Goddesses'. And yet (though never so...divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit...
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The English poets, selections, ed. by T.H. Ward. Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...Trojans to endure, for so admired a dame, So many miseries, and so long ? In her sweet countenance shine Looks like the Goddesses'. And yet (though never so...divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1883
...Trojans to endure, for so admired a dame, So many miseries, and so long ? In her sweet countenance shine Looks like the Goddesses'. And yet (though never so...divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit...
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The Amazon

Carel Vosmaer - 1884 - 304 páginas
...Trojans to endure, for so admired a dame, So many miseries, and so long ? In her sweet countenance shine Looks like the goddesses. And yet (though never so...divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labor and ruin, let her go ; the profit...
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The Magazine of Poetry, Volumen2,Temas1-4

1890
...admired a dain.e, So many miseries and so long? In her sweet countenance shine Looks like the Godesses. And yet (though never so divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labor and ruin, let her go ; the profit...
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The English Poets, Volumen1

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1893 - 590 páginas
...Goddesses'. And yet (though never so divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies,...pass the beauty.' Thus, though these could bear so fil a hand On their affections, yet, when all their gravest powers were used, They could not choose...
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