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" This again will rub thy fruitful wounds To miss the man that to thy bands could give such narrow bounds. But that day shall not wound mine eyes; the solid heap of night Shall interpose and stop mine ears against thy plaints and plight. "
The Iliads of Homer, done [into Engl. verse] by G. Chapman, with intr. and ... - Página 152
editado por - 1865
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The Works of Professor Wilson of the University of Edinburgh: Essays ...

John Wilson - 1857
...\fti xvfft, fnXi Ti %tofftvi Elirev ir£y|a^£vof, Aif T' aXXotff'/v TI Swffiv. —VI. 466. CHAPMAN. " This said, he reach'd to take his son ; who, of his arms afraid, And then the horse-hair plume with which he was so overlaid Nodded so horribly, he cling'd back to...
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Works: Essays critical and imaginative

John Wilson - 1857
...t-rtt KM-I, frnAi TI %tofftv. Elft» lftv%ttfttvot, Ai? T' a\\otffiv TI $tor'nv. —VI. 466. CHAPMAN. " This said, he reach'd to take his son ; who, of his arms afraid, And then the horse-hair plume with which he was so overlaid Nodded so horribly, he cling'd back to...
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The National Review, Volumen11

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1860
...extremes ; ' This dame was Hector's wife, A man tha - at the wars of Troy did breathe the worthiest life Of all their army.' This again will rub thy fruitful...man that to thy bands could give such narrow bounds. • Cf. Smith, Diet, of Antiqq., sv f Cf. Buttm. Lexil. s. v. $>o\os, sect. 9. But that day shall not...
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The Christian teacher. [Continued as] The National review

National review - 1860
...extremes ; • This dame was Hector's wife, A man tha-, at the wars of Troy did breathe the worthiest life Of all their army.' This again will rub thy fruitful wounds, To miss the man that to thy bauds could give such narrow bounds. * Cf. Smith, Diet, of Antiqq., 8. v. t Cf. Buttm. Lexil. sv <j>d\os,...
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Homeric dissertations

John Stuart Blackie - 1866
...certain ears, powerful to gag all judgment, and consecrate any absurdity. What are we to think of " The solid heap of night Shall interpose and stop mine ears against thy plaints and plight," where the simple and unpretentious old minstrel merely says, dAAa fie reOi'Trliara ^vril Kara yaia...
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The golden treasury of ancient Greek poetry

1867 - 538 páginas
...are like to do. 72. When thou lackest such a husband to ward off for thec the day of captivity. 73- " The solid heap of night Shall interpose and stop mine ears against thy plaints and plight." (Chapman.) Rather however — may the solid night, &c. 79. l\KTj9[io?o in construction depends on irvoeffooi,...
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The Works of George Chapman ...

George Chapman - 1875
...extremes : ' This dame was Hector's wife, A man that, at the wars of Troy, did breathe the worthiest life Of all their army.' This again will rub thy fruitful...reach'd to take his son ; who, of his arms afraid, And then the horse-hair plume, with which he was so overlaid, Nodded so horribly, he cling'd back to...
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English Verse, Volumen5

William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard - 1883
...that to thy bonds could give such narrow bounds. But that day shall not wound my eyes ; the solid hean of night Shall interpose, and stop mine ears against...he reach'd to take his son, who of his arms afraid, And then the horse-hair plume with which he was so overlaid Nodded so horribly, — he cling'd back...
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Translations

William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard - 1883
...extremes : "This dame was Hector's Wife, A man that at the wars of Troy did breathe the worthiest life Of all their army." This again will rub thy fruitful wounds, To miss the man that to thy bonds could give such narrow bounds. But that day shall not wound my eyes ; the solid heap of night...
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Works

George Chapman - 1885
...extremes : ' This dame was Hector's wife, A man that, at the wars of Troy, did breathe the worthiest life Of all their army.' This again will rub thy fruitful...reach'd to take his son ; who, of his arms afraid, And then the horse-hair plume, with which he was so overlaid, Nodded so horribly, he cling'd back to...
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