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" O friend, if keeping back Would keep back age from us, and death, and that we might not wrack In this life's human sea at all, but that deferring now, We... "
The Iliads of Homer, done [into Engl. verse] by G. Chapman, with intr. and ... - Página 264
editado por - 1865
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On Translating Homer: Three Lectures Given at Oxford

Matthew Arnold - 1861 - 104 páginas
...us, and death, and that we might not wrack In this life's human sea at all, but that deferring now We shunn'd death ever, — nor would I half this vain...here, and that besides the chance Propos'd now, there arc infinite fates, &c. here the necessity of making the line, Nor glorify a folly so, to wish thee...
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On Translating Homer: Three Lectures Given at Oxford

Matthew Arnold - 1861 - 104 páginas
...before, Chapman is forced, by the necessity of rhyming, intimately to connect with the line before. But since we must go, though not here, and that besides the chance — the moment the word chance strikes our ear, we are irresistibly carried back to advance and to...
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The Works of George Chapman ...

George Chapman - 1875
...us, and death, and that we might not wrack In this life's human sea at all, but that deferring now We shunn'd death ever, nor would I half this vain...go. though not here ; and that, besides the chance Proposed now, there are infinite fates of other sorts in death, Which, neither to be fled nor scaped,...
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On the Study of Celtic Literature: And On Translating Homer

Matthew Arnold - 1883 - 300 páginas
...human sea at all, but that deferring now We shunned death ever, — nor would I half this vain va or show, Nor glorify a folly so, to wish thee to advance...must go, though not here, and that besides the chance Proposed now, there are infinite fates," etc. Here the necessity of making the line, " Nor glorify...
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On the Study of Celtic Literature: And On Translating Homer

Matthew Arnold - 1883 - 300 páginas
...before, Chapman is forced, by the necessity of rhyming, intimately to connect with the line before. ' ' But since we must go, though not here, and that besides the chance " — The moment the word chance strikes our ear, we are irresistibly carried back to advance and to...
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Works

George Chapman - 1885
...us, and death, and that we might not wrack In this life's human sea at all, but that deferring now We shunn'd death ever, nor would I half this vain...go, though not here : and that, besides the chance Proposed now, there are infinite fates of other sorts in death, Which, neither to be fled nor scaped,...
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Greek Poets in English Verse

William Hyde Appleton - 1893 - 360 páginas
...life's human sea at all, but that deferring now We shunned death ever, nor would I half this vain valor show, Nor glorify a folly so, to wish thee to advance...go, though not here ; and that, besides the chance Proposed now, there are infinite fates of other sorts in death, Which neither to be fled nor 'scaped,...
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On Translating Homer

Matthew Arnold - 1896 - 200 páginas
...human sea at all, but that deferring now We shunned death ever,— nor would I half this vain valor show, Nor glorify a folly so, to wish thee to advance...must go, though not here, and that besides the chance Proposed now, there are infinite fates, etc. Here the necessity of making the line, Nor glorify a....
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Selections from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold - 1897 - 348 páginas
...deferring now We shurned death ever, — nor would I half this vain valor show, y * Iliad, xix. 420. Nor glorify a folly so, to wish thee to advance ;...we must go, though not here, and that besides the chanc* Proposed now, there are infinite fates," etc. Here the necessity of making the line, 5 " Nor...
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Selections from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold - 1897 - 348 páginas
...before, Chapman is forced, by the necessity of rhyming, intimately to connect with the line before. 20 " But since we must go, though not here, and that besides the chance " — The moment the word chance strikes our ear, we are irresistibly carried back to advance and to...
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