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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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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., Volumen1

M. Arnold - 1895
...Goddesses'. And yet (though never so divine) Btfore 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 fii a hand On their affections, yet, when all their gravest powers were used, They could not choose...
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the english poets

matthew arnold - 1895
...Trojans to endure, for so ad.nired 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 Magazine of Poetry and Literary Review, Volumen2

Charles Wells Moulton - 1890
...admired a dame, 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 enforc&d prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labor and ruin, let her go...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical ..., Volumen13

John Clark Ridpath - 1898
...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 English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., Volumen1

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1899
...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, Volumen1

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1901
...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 British classical authors: with biographical notices. On the basis of a ...

Ludwig Herrig - 1906 - 752 páginas
...even those cold-spirited peers, Those wise and almost wither'd men, found this heat in their years, Looks like the Goddesses'. And yet (though never so...divine) Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, 20 And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go; the...
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Instigations of Ezra Pound: Together with an Essay on the Chinese Written ...

Ezra Pound, Ernest Fenollosa - 1920 - 388 páginas
...endure, for so admir'da dame, So many mis'ries, and so long? In her sweet count'nance shine I-ooks like the Goddesses. And yet (though never so divine)...justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labor and ruin, let her go ; the profit of our land Must pass the beauty.' Thus, though these could...
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Chapman's Homer: The Iliad, Volumen1

Homer, George Chapman - 1998 - 613 páginas
...long? In her sweet countenance shine Lookes like the Goddesses'. And yet (though never so divine) 170 Before we boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prise...justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labor and ruine, let her go: the profit of our land Must passe the beautie.' Thus, though these could...
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