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" Is it well to wish thee happy? — having known me — to decline On a range of lower feelings and a narrower heart than mine! "
The Quarterly Review - Página 267
1842
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The New Quarterly Magazine, Volumen5

1876
...Angelo, might say to us, like the hero of Locksley Hall to the " shallow-hearted " Cousin Amy — " Is it well to wish thee happy, having known me to decline On a range of lower feelings, aud a narrower heart than mine ? " Very much in the same way a school of Modern Poetry, in the zenith...
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Gerald Marlowe's wife, by J. Calder Ayrton, Volumen2

Mary Frances Chapman - 1876
...given me nobler successors than that lout Wynn, and that empty-headed ass Stapylton. " Having loved me, to decline On a range of lower feelings and a narrower heart than mine." " Locksley Hall" again ! I have passed that phase some time ; but such is habit, that I see I can hardly...
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Locksley Hall, and The Talking Oak

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1877 - 88 páginas
...more ! 0 the dreary, dreary moorland ! 0 the barren, barren shore ! Falser than all fancy fathoms, falser than all songs have sung, Puppet to a father's...range of lower feelings and a narrower heart than mine ! Yet it shall be : thou shall lower to his level day by day, What is fine within thee growing coarse...
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A grammar of the English language, ed. by L. Schmitz

Charles Underwood Dasent - 1877 - 220 páginas
...having exerted this miraculous power." — Butler's Analogy. " Is it well to wish thee happy 1 — having known me, to decline On a range of lower feelings, and a narrower heart than mine ! " — Tennyson. " This happy night the Frenchmen are secure, Having all day caroused and banqueted."...
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Homes and Haunts of the Most Eminent British Poets

William Howitt - 1877 - 706 páginas
...dreary moorland ! O the barren, barren shore I Falser than all fancy fathoms, falser than all songs hare sung, Puppet to a father's threat, and servile to a shrewish tongue 1 Is it well to wish thee happy I — having known me — to decline On a range of lower feelings and...
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Poems of Imagination and Fancy

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1878 - 112 páginas
...more ! O the dreary, dreary moorland ! O the barren, barren shore ! Falser than all fancy fathoms, falser than all songs have sung, Puppet to a father's...On a range of lower feelings and a narrower heart thar> mine ! Yet it shall be : thou shalt lower to his level day by day, What is fine within thee growing...
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Shakespeare's Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

William Shakespeare - 1878 - 285 páginas
...C. iv. 5. 189: "Not letting it decline on the declin'd," etc. Wr. quotes Tennyson, Lochsley Hall: " Having known me, to decline On a range of lower feelings and a narrower heart than mine." 52. To. Compared to. See on i. 2. 140 above. 53. Virtue. For the "absolute" or pleonastic construction,...
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Goethe

Abraham Hayward - 1878 - 222 páginas
...: it made the line of demarcation hard and fast] and Frau von Stem would naturally exclaim : — " Having known me, to decline On a range of lower feelings and a narrower heart than mine !" She was five-and-forty when Goethe returned from Italy : the heyday of passion had long been over...
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The Mysterious Rubies: and Other Stories

Alice A. Neate - 1878 - 346 páginas
...deepening into a composed earnestness that gives a dignity to her winsome face. Poor Paul ! PAUL. " Is it well to wish thee happy ? Having known me to decline, on a range of feelings lower, And a narrower heart than mine ? " TENNYSON. On the shore of an Italian watering-place...
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The Household Book of Poetry

Charles Anderson Dana - 1878 - 28 páginas
...more ! Oh the dreary, dreary moorland! Oh the barren, barren shore ! Falser than all fancy fathoins, falser than all songs have sung — Puppet to a father's threat, and- servile to a shrewish tongne I Is it well to wish thee happy Î — having known ,me; to decline On a range of lower feelings...
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