The Fourteenth Century

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Scribner, 1899 - 428 páginas

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Página 215 - Behold, I will take the children of Israel from among the heathen, whither they be gone, and will gather them on every side, and bring them into their own land : And I will make them one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel; and one king shall be king to them all: and they shall be no more two nations, neither shall they be divided into two kingdoms any more at all...
Página 158 - Per me si va nella città dolente; per me si va nell' eterno dolore; per me si va tra la perduta gente.
Página 346 - ... clearly into your will and pleasure, to save the residue of the people of Calais who have suffered great pain. Sir, we beseech your grace to have mercy and pity on us through your high nobles.
Página 277 - I am no cunning hunter,' he said, 'Nor neer intend to be; But I am come to this castle To seek the love of thee. And if you do not grant me love, This night for thee I'll die.
Página 228 - Yet not from their upright direction swayed, So that the little birds upon their tops Should leave the practice of each art of theirs ; But with full ravishment the hours of prime, Singing, received they in the midst of leaves, That ever bore a burden to their rhymes...
Página 214 - O dear Spirit, half-lost In thine own shadow and this fleshly sign That thou art thou — who wailest being born And banish'd into mystery, and the pain Of this divisible-indivisible world Among the numerable-innumerable Sun, sun, and sun, thro...
Página 306 - Love, and in his hand a quene, And she was clad in real habit grene. A fret of gold she hadde next her heer, And upon that a whit...
Página 206 - Rome, that reformed the world, accustomed was Two suns to Have which one road and the other. Of God and of the world, made manifest. One has the other quenched, and to the crosier The sword is joined, and ill beseemeth it. Because, being joined one feareth not the other.
Página 225 - I find that the long experience I have had of the baseness, the malice, and the falsehood of mankind, has inclined me to be apt to think generally the worst both of men and of parties...
Página 217 - Wherefore a lion out of the forest shall slay them, and a wolf of the l evenings shall spoil them, a leopard shall watch over their cities...

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