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" ... his head, Smear'd all his lovely face ; his weeds, divinely fashioned, All filed and mangled ; and himself he threw upon the shore, Lay, as laid out for funeral, then tumbled round, and tore His gracious curls. His ecstasy he did so far extend, That... "
The Works of George Chapman ... - Página 218
de George Chapman - 1875
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The Iliads of Homer, Prince of Poets: Never Before in Any Language ..., Volume 2

Homer - 1843
...curls ; his extasy d he did so far extend,. That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter'd friend (Afflicted strangely for his plight) came shrieking...him ; beat their breasts, their tender lineaments Dissolv'd with sorrow. And with them wept Nestor's warlike son, Fell by him, holding his fair hands,...
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Corsica in Its Picturesque, Social, and Historical Aspects: The Record of a ...

Ferdinand Gregorovius - 1855 - 493 páginas
...gracious curls : his ecstasy he did so far extend, That all the ladies, won by him and his new-slaughter'd friend (Afflicted strangely for his plight), came...breasts, their tender lineaments Dissolved with sorrow." When Hector falls, Hecuba tears her hair, and Priam weeps and mourns piteously,* and tells Achilles...
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Essays critical and imaginative

John Wilson - 1857
...friend, (Afflicted strangely for his flight) came shrieking from the tents, And fell about him ; beate their breasts, their tender lineaments Dissolved with sorrow. And with them wept Nestor's warlike sonne, __ 1 Ttn:, IfoCtm }-a{ 'Aj^AtM ft,* imiucmpnruu 'E*r«{ To» IIxT{»*i«. — says the scholiast,...
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The Works of Professor Wilson of the University of Edinburgh: Essays ...

John Wilson - 1857
...friend, (Afflicted strangely for his flight) came shrieking from the tents, And fell about him ; beate their breasts, their tender lineaments Dissolved with sorrow. And with them wept Nestor's warlike sonne, ' 1 Tivif, ipoff/r0 >,a{ 'A^iAAul I*YI aiiroSiifoTo>u.riffiHl 'E*raif r/» UarjoxAw — says...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...gracious curls. His ecstasy he did. so far extend, That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter^ friend, Afflicted strangely for his plight, came shrieking...straiten'd, burn'd, Beat, swell'd, and sigh'd as it would burst. So terribly he mourn'd, That Thetis, sitting in the deeps of her old father's seas, Heard, and...
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Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...gracious curls. His ecstasy he did so far extend, That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter'd friend, Afflicted strangely for his plight, came shrieking...straiten'd, burn'd, Beat, swell'd, and sigh'd as it would burst. So terribly he mourn'd, . That Thetis, sitting in the deeps of her old father's seas, Heard,...
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The English poets, selections, ed. by T.H. Ward. Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...gracious curls. His ecstasy he did so far extend, That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter^ friend, Afflicted strangely for his plight, came shrieking...straiten'd, burn'd, Beat, swell'd, and sigh'd as it would burst. So terribly he mourn'd, That Thetis, sitting in the deeps of her old father's seas, Heard, and...
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The English Poets, Volume 1

Thomas H. Ward - 1880
...gracious curls. His eestasy he did so far extend, That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter'd friend, Afflicted strangely for his plight, came shrieking...him, holding his fair hands, in fear he would have dor.e His person violence ; his heart, extremely straiten'd, burn'd, Beat, swell'd, and sigh'd as it...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...gracious curls. His ecstasy he did so far extend, That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter^ friend, Afflicted strangely for his plight, came shrieking...their tender lineaments Dissolved with sorrow. And wiih them wept Nestor's warlike son, Fell by him, holding his fair hands, in fear he would have done...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1883
...gracious curls. His ecstasy he did so far extend, That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter^ friend, Afflicted strangely for his plight, came shrieking...holding his fair hands, in fear he would have done ! CHAPMAN. 521 His person violence ; his heart, extremely straiten'd, burn'd, Beat, swell'd, and sfgh'd...
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