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Ave Maria : Vol. 74

...every Saturday. Copyright: Rev. D. E. Hudson, C. S. C. J The Magi. The Madonna of Landen. BY J. P. SCHOLFIELD. /|jHEY came on lowliest homage bent, Th... ...right shone the glad, mysterious Star That led them toward the west; The light of Faith shone brighter far Within each royal breast. High heaven their... ...against his heart. The noise of those unearthly bells came no more through the listening air, but soon there was again the cry of the wolves, which gr... ...ck if I could. But remember that until you do come back I shall have no one to listen to my schemes." "You will write, though!" exclaimed Jonathan. "A... ... will not be indexed. Orders may be sent to our Office or to the pub- lishers. Foreign books not on sale in the United States will be imported with as... ...le class was in an uproar. The children had openly defied the irascible little foreigner, who could teach dancing but who had no idea how to keep orde... ...y folded on his knees. This strange position and utter lack of interest in the players made the Emperor curious; and, suddenly thrust- ing his hand in... ...senior; he could leap across a trench like a race horse; could hurdle and kick football in approved style. He was a "block of a boy," as they say, who... ...ty; and Plymouth or Concord or Salem, as modern as college lads starting for a football scrimmage. Some seventeen years before the Mayflower sailed in...

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Harmsworth Self-Educator : A Golden Key to Success in Life : Vol. 2

By: Mee, Arthur, 1875-1943

...ELF-EDUCATOR Presented to the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITYOFTORONTO by O.I.S.E. LIBRARY HARMSWORTH SELF-EDUCATO... ...l. II. Pages 9131776 A KEY TO THE HARMSWORTH SELF-EDUCATOR At the heading of each article in the SELF-EDUCATOR is thenumber of the group to which the... ... Supply. Sewerage. Refuse. Hydraulics. Pumps. Harbours. Docks Lighthouses. Foreign Work. In Business as a Civil Engineer. GROUP la. Mechanical Enginee... ...u- lation of our rural districts, but makes us in- creasingly dependent on foreign countries, especially the United States and Russia, for the most im... ...th profit to himself. He will find in the glos- sary in part 1, page 42, a list of all the musical terms generally used for the direction of singer or... ... compositions transitions are often found. In a longer work the ear of the listener gladly welcomes, if it does not actually demand, a shifting of the... ...ilds up the superstructure grammati- cally. To do this requires, with most players, MUSIC long and constant practice. A privileged minority seems to d... ... not included special boots, such as cycling shoes, golfing, shooting, and football boots, as such things are special, and are not necessary items in ... ...n to male candidates who are instrumentalists, or who can play cricket and football, and to women with a knowledge of music and singing. Dispensers sh...

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A College Manual of Rhetoric

By: Charles Sears Baldwin

...terature Collection World Public Library.org Title: A COLLEGE MANUAL OF RHETORIC Author: CHARLES SEARS BALDWIN Language: English Subject: Fic... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ... book will prove worthy of further counsel. That a preface should not be a list of names prevents me from enumerating those others to whom it is no... ... and in such expository essays as most of us write it should not be. For a listless reader will not take pains to understand; and, on the other sid... ...us report of conditions in track athletics, debating, local or national or foreign politics, rapid transit, the contemporary stage; a concise expla... ...nt form; i.e. whether missionaries as well as invading troops are hated as "foreign devils." And, sup­ posing them to be, what then? Shall the Christ... ...y Choice of Elective Courses (aims, points of view). 9. Present Tactics in Football. 10. The Roads and Parks of -- I I. 12. 13· 14· 15· 16. T... ...of kings and heroes lacked repairs, And Peter, though reluctant, served the players. Connected thus, he heard in way polite­ "Come, Master Nottage, ...

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The Catholic World : Volume 43

By: Paulist Fathers

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C‘Sar; A Sketch

By: Froude, James Anthony, 1818-1894

... THE LIBRARY OF THEUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES C^SAR JULIUS C.KSAR. C^ SAK A SKETCH ... ... JULIUS C.KSAR. C^ SAK A SKETCH JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE M. A. rOBMERLT FELLOW OF £Z£TEB OOLLEOK OXFORD "Pardon, gentles all The flat unraiscd spirit th... ... PKINTINQ AND BOOKBJNDIHb COMPANT, NEW YORK. 2-bl Cop .1- To GEORGE BUTLER, IN TOKEN OF A rUSNDSHIP WHIOH COMMENCED THIKTT-SETEN TEARi AOO, Xmait WR ... ...tes pretend to submit.— Increase in the number of Senators.— Introduction of foreigners.—New colonies.— Carthage.— Corinth.— Sumptuary regula- tions.—... ...ny, and the rules of the game are fixed : sub- ject to these conditions, the players are left to win or lose, according to their skill or want of skil... ...t up the Em- pire, from being pushed out of their places and sup- planted by foreign slaves, this, if it could be done, would restore the purity of th... ...iom he must have most often seen, and the conversation to which he must have listened at hia father's table. His most intimate companions were the you... ...f any kind, civil or municipal, who had held oftice under the rule of Cinna. Lists were drawn for him of the persons of wealth and consequence all ove... ... and institu- tions of the mistress of the civilized world, had be- come the football of ruiJians. Time and reflection brought some repentance at last...

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History and Biographical Gazetteer of Montreal to the Year 1892

By: Borthwick, J. Douglas (John Douglas), 1831-1912

...CK Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org GAZETTEER OF MONTREAL TO THE YEAR 1892 Title: HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHICAL GAZETTE... ... OF MONTREAL TO THE YEAR 1892 Title: HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHICAL GAZETTEER OF MONTREAL TO THE YEAR 1892 Author: J. DOUGLAS BORTHWICK Language: Engli... ...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...tinent. Slie was by official records in the year 1.S61 tlie loth city in the listufAmerican cities, n(yw she is the 7th ; what she will be by the ener... ...tion, at this time, of Montreal was about 7000, and according to an oflicial list of this year there were 136 Protestants. In the year 189 1 there wer... ...glish Postal Service, giving a list of reduced rates between Canada and many foreign countries, the postage on a letter to the various countries of We... ...Govcrnm-'ni ot Our Sovereign Litdv ilie (^)uten, and was ready to assist any foreign invasion from the United Stales of Amoiica against this country, ... ... the West of Scotlatid. He was captain of the Glasgow University cricket and football clubs for some years, and also cai)lain of the " (lentlemen of S... ...of talents. An excellent musician, and one (jf the most distinguished ciiess players. Dv. Howe can do a great many things, and some ofthem remarkably ...

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Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, Biographical--Genealogical : Vol. 3

By: Cutter, William Richard, 1847-1918

...World Public Library.org MASSACHUSETTS, VOL. III Title: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MASSACHUSETTS, VOL. III Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Li... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...ection he won a number of medals, and he was also a member of the 'varsity football eleven. He was a member of Chi Phi college fra- ternity, and in Sp... ...the Gunnery School, Washington, Con- necticut. During the World War he en- listed and was sent overseas with Bat- tery A, 101st Field Artillery, 26th ... ...usetts, where he resided for about thirty years, his name appearing upon a list made about 1642. He was granted land, "An homestall of one acre by est... ...eminary, and a corporate member of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. He took a deep interest in the work of home missions. * *... ...New Bedford, Massachusetts, High School ; he is a well- known athletic and football coach ; mar- ried Maybelle Esther Elton, and has one child, Alliso... ...aniza- tion. He is expert at baseball and tennis, being one of the leading players of these games in the city, and was invited to go to Stockholm, Swe...

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Contributions to Punch etc.

By: Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863

...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...CATURES AUTHORS MISERIES . VARIOUS CARICATURES PAGE 717 721 724 728 735 749 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS PORTRAIT OF W. M. THACKERAY Frontispiece CHARLES II... ...ere is a short life of the author, prettily written, with a certain original foreign accent. 2 xxvi PUNCH oils, preoccupied, with the water-colour bo... ...a fury with Punch for writ- ing the ' Old Pam ' article against the chief of foreign afl'airs. His conduct in the Kossuth affair just suited my Radica... ...land in the most contumelious terms ; says that he will make his hack into a football, and employ his nose for a bell-ro{)e ; but finally recol- lecti... ...ary Wollstonecraft) sh(jwed the valour of Englishmen — after going through a list of murders, treasons, usurpatit)ns, which the great monarch committe... ...band, and the wretches listening in their stupid good- humour are giving the players — beer. I knew what would happen immedi- ately upon the beer (I'm...

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Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, And Sonnets

By: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616

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China's Millions : Year 1881

By: China Inland Mission

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Brother Azarias : The Life Story of an American Monk

By: Smith, John Talbot, 1855-1923

... by JOHN TALBOT SMITH Broiler Azarias THE LIFE STORY OF AN AMERICAN MONK BY REV. JOHN TALBOT SMITH, LL.D. AUTHOR OF "THE ... ... AMERICAN MONK BY REV. JOHN TALBOT SMITH, LL.D. AUTHOR OF "THE TRAINING OF A PRIEST," "A WOMAN OF CULTURE," "SOLITARY ISLAND,... ...pectfully dedicated. CONTENTS CHAPTER L THE MAN. PAGE Interesting contrasts in his life. An American who became a monk. An interpreter of Catholic th... ...er, to study books venomous with rabid insults to his race and his faith, to listen to most offensive diatribes from ministers and teachers, and to su... ...hool of that day was a different affair from the school of our time. Itwas a listinctly Protestant institution, whose influences were all in favor of ... ...xiles rather despised the native for his lack of personal ac quaintance with foreign countries. I remember one old gentleman who ridiculed the pretent... ...not bring themselves to admit that the children of the Irish were other than foreigners, though we were all born of naturalized citizens on American s... ...ain road, and on the opposite side a field as level as a floor does duty for football and tennis. Farther on an enclosure holds a spacious pond of var... ...wards so happily used in his great plays. There he listened to the strolling players that might have taken refuge in his father s house. There looking...

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Ave Maria : Vol. 50

...0. NO. I [ Published every Saturday. Co|iytiK ln : K-v. I). K. llu.i , C.Si.'.] A Son^ of the Cross. B ' M A It V CKA \V roKI) KKASKK. P I E R^Y cross... ...t V CKA \V roKI) KKASKK. P I E R^Y cross, fiery cross, Flung from shore to shore; Fire of sorrow, fire of loss; Burning, searing, warring cross, Sink ... ... of age but more of reverence, he approaches. He will be our guide. He says something. Listen! "In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the ... ... with every financial establishment of importance in the Russian Empire, as well as in foreign countries. It might almost have been termed one of the ... ...mustache reached straight back to the base of large, flat ears, inclined forward as if listening. His chin was carefully shaven. The thick lips denote... ...antly increasing taxes, tillage made more and more difficult and precarious because of foreign competition, the constant debasement of the rouble, all... ...ations in English are reduced by him to thirty-three main readings. There is to be a " Players' Edition" of the acted plays of Shakespeare. The actors... ...not know enough to sweat. You can find absolute pluck among twelve- year-old boys on a football field. * * If you use blank cartridges you will never ... ...efuse recognition of athletics, and no longer to give official sanction to the college football team. The dean of the college, in explanation of this ...

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The Best Plays

By: Kronenberger, Louis, 1904

...BURNS MANTLE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF 1941-42 Title: THE BEST PLAYS OF 1941-42 Author: BURNS MANTLE Lan... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...ion, public reading, radio broadcasting, and the rights of translation into foreign languages, are strictly reserved. In their present form these pl... ... and Chaliapin, of Duse, Pav­ Iowa, Dani10va and Massine. For a few months a listless "Save the Auditorium" campaign received some lip service, but a... ...return engagement of "Papa Is All" brought the theatre back into the active list, and the subse­ quent sensational success of "Good Night, Ladies" ha... ...nderfully splashy thing out of the prima donna character, and the excellent players in the servant roles, the Chicago "Claudia" company was not the ... ...sted. The Senator had no appointment. Lodge may be the next Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, House suggests, and probably wants to talk ... ...have the whole senior body laugh at her because her father had thrown three football stars out of the house "like some kind of a-of a heartless truc... ...ebutante d~ughter. He is in no mood to consider an apology to the aggrieved football squad. Nor to discuss planned economies for the future with Gra...

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Nature and threat of violent anti-government groups in America : hearing before the Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, November 2, 1995

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Crime

...NATURE AND THREAT OF VIOLENT ANTI- GOVERNMENT GROUPS IN AMERICA Y 4. J 89/1:104/51 Mature and Threat of Violent ftntigo. HEARING... ...NT ANTI- GOVERNMENT GROUPS IN AMERICA Y 4. J 89/1:104/51 Mature and Threat of Violent ftntigo. HEARING BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON CRIME OF THE COMMITT... ...G BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON CRIME OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ONE HUNDRED FOURTH CONGRESS FIRST SESSION NOVEMBER 2, 19... ...nd is prepared to defend the Constitution ofthe United States. The witness list we have received indicates certain individuals and organizations, part... ... that our concerns regarding th particular group and others on the witness list become part of the permanent record ofthis sub com- mittee hearing. I... ... Amer- ica; it has also been employed as an organizational pattern by some foreign terrorist groups. But with Soviet Communism no longer a threat, Bea... ...people involves not only federal authorities, but also the United Nations, foreign troops, and other sinister forces. Sometimes mentioned among these ... ... running under titles of "We the People" and "The Patriots." It's the same players, very few of them. In Colorado, we're probably looking at 20 to 25 ... ...ctions on, for the most part, horses, but to a larger part on baseball and football games. I'm not sure you could say, well, we shouldn't wire tap be-...

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Historical Sketches of Notable Persons and Events in the Reigns of James I and Charles I

By: Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881, Carlyle, Alexander, 1843

... HANDBOUND AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS HISTORICAL SKETCHES HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF N... ... SKETCHES HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF NOTABLE PERSONS AND EVENTS IN THE REIGNS OF JAMES I. AND CHARLES I. BY THOMAS CARLYLE EDITED BY ALEXANDER CARLYLE ... ...ve in this world beside him ! This world is all a Theatre ; and so many poor Players act their parts ; some in bright dresses, some in dim ; some to g... ...w them ? They speak in the English language ; but the meaning of them is all foreign to us ; glances off from us with an irritating futility, oft repe... ...eir eyes : on that hand, in simple ' furred ' gowns like Turkey merchants or foreign Professors,' our poor Four Puritans, Reynolds and Sparks, chief d... ... O England, why wilt thou not go by coaxing ? Thou art like the deaf adder ; listenest not to the voice of the charmer. Fact, it would seem, goes one ... ...rch of Ely, he began to hear a kind of harmonious sound ; drawing nearer and listening attentively, 'he perceived it to be the Monks in the Church sin... ...oly ; and here your Majesty bids us make it unholy ? Archeries, Church-ales, football, leapfrog, dancing and Church-farthing are these the ways of san... ...Sunday in that manner ! It is too gloomy for them. Let me introduce a little football, encourage Protestantism, open a smoother road Heavenwards, and ...

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The Catholic World : Volume 44

By: Paulist Fathers

...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...was the friend and patron of scholars, poets, and artists. Alvisi gives us a list of the Italian scholars who * Still existing in the Borghese Gallery... ...to him and hi family is not from the litterati of his own dominion, but from foreigners like Burchard the Alsacian ; from Jovius and Guic- ciardini, t... ...dies, is not ordinarily held to be a failure, infirm of resolution, weak and listless of his purpose. To every self-regarding, trustful, determined, a... ...hostly interview and the catastrophe of his revenge, during the visit of the players, their rehearsals and performance, the murder of Polo- nius, the ... ...polishing of young gallants at the French court, the employment of strolling players every act, law, tenure, or cus- tom on which the action of the pl... ...ing of high diplomacy, and would stand for an excellent sample of a vigorous foreign policy. The Jesuits expelled, wider measures were to be taken, an... ...rm of compliment. Every one seems to be enjoying himself at a hearty game of football; and they trip each other up and knock each other down with perf...

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Speeches, Lectures, And Letters

By: Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884

... Presented to the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY by the ONTARIO LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 1980 (o.b\... ...RONTO LIBRARY by the ONTARIO LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 1980 (o.b\ a. J orl^s of amcntifll itjtlUps SPEECHES, LECTURES, AND LETTERS {Pirsi Series) Wi... ...George Lowell Austin With Portrait $1.50 Beacon edition of above Three Volumes in neat box t4-5o LEE AND SHEPARD Publishers Boston *l' •-*.« .-...»... ... the poor slaves. [Cheers.] There are a class of men in America that would not listen to the voice of an angel, or to one risen from the dead. The den... ...ouses, or it will never be preached at all. [Cheers.] The only voice they will listen to is the Grazette that publishes them bankrupts, and the auc- t... ...as dwelt long and most impressively on the objection brought against him, as a foreigner, for tak- ing sides on American questions.^ Ah, the evil is n... ...itive slave, on the ground that every sovereign State had authority to exclude foreigners from its soil. " Exclude foreigners from the soil " ! How de... ... the man who only looks at the game can sometimes criticise it better than the players. This country is one of ideas. You can never i gain your point ... ... ignorance and supersti- tion led by a Yankee Pope, and give my good name as a football for their spleen and bigotry. That lesson I learned of my fath...

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The Universal Handbook of Musical Literature. Practical and Complete Guide to All Musical Publications : Volume 14; Nor-Pop

By: Pazdírek, Franz

...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...rankreich Hutchings & Eomer, London, England Idzikowski Leon, Kiew, Rufiland Listitut musical, Paris Internationaler Musik- Verlag, Leipzig Jsto-Beaus... ...nera N. 2 — 40 Roldfiny. -55 Montezumian Danza N. 2 — 50 Rohlfinu- -109 From Foreign Parts, six sketches, P : 1. Spanish Danza, in E b, 2. Habanera, i... ...tq droga.) 9. Hejze-ha. Mazur. (Hej ! Mazury hejze ha.) 10. Wy- soko, daleko listek na jaworze. 11. Choc z gliny. Krakowiak. (Choc z gliny mam domek, ... ... — Nddor. Oesterle L. Schirmer: A Book of Piano Duets for 2 equally advanced Players, selected, ed. and fingered, J/ms 1 — n. - Album of Transcription... ...N. 1 — 18 a 1— n Augener. Operatic Fantasias, vide: C. Stephano. Operatic a. foreign gems, VP, N. 1 — 7 a 1,6 n Blockley. Operatic Melodies, P 1/ — As... ... Flover Song, 6. The Sherborne Hive, SAATBB, 7. Cricket (unison & chor.), 8. Football Song (unison & double chorus), 9. ,, Com- pany, 'Tion", 10. A So... ...hting T6meraire 4/ — , with parts 2/ — . - Flower Dance, 2 part song — /4. - Football Song, unis. school song — /2. - For Queen and Country (March son...

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Selected Writings in Language, Culture and Personality

By: Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939; Mandelbaum, David Goodman, 1911

...-. ^<. ^lOSANCElfj> "^/^diAINfl-JVW ^^s^HIBRARYQ<^ ^UIBRARYO^ ^OFCALIFOff^_ ^OF CAllF0/?4^ ^\^E IINIVFRVa .vlOSANCFlfj >- \ ^TJlJDNVSOl^' llMN^3\\^ DS... ... o %a3AiNn-3\\v liYO- A^^ >i "aUJIIVJ-JU FCAilFOft^ JU' Selected Writings of Edward Sapir Selected Writing's of Edward Sapir in Language^ Cultur... ...therwise noted, are to obituary notices written by the following authors and listed in order of reference: Franklin Edgerton in Year Book of the Ameri... ...h made Sapir so gifted a scholar, enabled him to write poetry. The extensive list of his published poems which appears at the end of this volume is bu... ...linguistic work in the country. In 1932-1933 he gathered a unique seminar of foreign students holding scholarships from the Rockefeller Foundation tc ... ...ute a fairly accurate gauge of the time, extent, and nature of the vari- ous foreign cultural influences which have helped to mold the English civiliz... ...ter between the acts of a play, the totality of individuals who look on at a football game, a handful of people going up in an elevator and a Saturday... ...intonation than a society that is constituted by attendance at a baseball or football game. We have, in brief, two sorts of socialized rhythm—therhyth... ...ate symbolic play in which individuals in their actual relationships are the players and society is the bogus referee. Education is also a thoroughly ...

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare : Containing the Plays and Poems with Special Introductory Matter, Index of Characters and Glossary of Unfamiliar Terms [Introd. By St. John Ervine]

By: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Ervine, St. John G. (St. John Greer), B. 1883

... THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE by WILLIAM SHAKESPEA... ...rature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Author: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Language: English Sub... ...t of Venice. He was not interested in machinery, but in people, and he could listen to the works of his plays creaking and groaning without a shudder ... ...ony and Cleopatra — perhaps of all the world's love-plays the greatest — and listen unmoved if you can while Cleopatra pre- pares herself for her deat... ...tol ? Eva. No; it is false, if it is a pick-purse. Pist. Ha, thou mountain - foreigner ! — Sir John, and m.aster mine, I combat challenge of this latt... ...gue, I pray you ; for your play needs no excuse. Never excuse ; for when the players are all dead there need none to be blamed. Marry, if he that writ... ...dom, whose ambitious head Spits in the face of heaven, is no bar To stop the foreign spirits; but they come. As o'er a brook, to see fair Portia. One ... ...y master home. [nie, Dro. E, Am I so round with you, as you with That like a football you do spurn me thus? Vou spurn me hence, and he will spurn me h... ...him. Osw. I '11 not be struck, my lord. A'enl. Nor tripped neither, you base football player. [ Tripping itp his heels. Lear. I thank ihec, fellow ; t...

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