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" And still she stood him, as resolved to know What man he was ; or out of what should grow His strange repair to them. And here was he Put to his wisdom ; if her virgin knee He should be bold, but kneeling, to embrace ; Or keep aloof, and try with words... "
The Works of George Chapman ... - Página 350
de George Chapman - 1875
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The Odysseys, tr. by G. Chapman, with intr. and notes by R. Hooper, Volume 1

Homerus - 1857
...knee He should be bold, hut kneeling, to embrace ; Or keep aloof, and try with words of grace, 210 In humblest suppliance, if he might obtain Some cover...own, In weighing both well ; to keep still aloof, 215 And give with soft words his desires their proof, Lest, pressing so near as to touch her knee,...
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The English Poets, Volume 1

Thomas H. Ward - 1880
...All but Nausicaa fled ; but she fast stood : Pallas had put a boldness in her breast, And in her tair limbs tender fear comprest. And still she stood him,...her knee, He might incense her maiden modesty. This (air and filed speech then shew'd this was he : ' Let me beseech, O queen, this truth of thee, Are...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1903
...heart of comfort ODYSSEUS' SPEECH TO NAUSICAA. [From Odyssey VI.'] All in flight The virgins scatter'd, frighted with this sight, About the prominent windings...the town. The last he best thought, to be worth his ownj In weighing both well ; to keep still aloof, And give with soft words his desires their proof...
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Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...boldness in her breast, And in her fair limbs tender fear comprest. And still she stood him, a^tesolved to know What man he was ; or out of what should grow...He might incense her maiden modesty. This fair and riled speech then shew'd this was he ' Let me beseech, O queen, this truth of thee, Are you of mortal,...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1883
...heart of comfort. ODYSSEUS' SPEECH TO NAUSICAA. [From Odyssey F7.] All in flight The virgins scatter'd, frighted with this sight, About the prominent windings...He might incense her maiden modesty. This fair and fil'd speech then shew'd this was he : ' Let me beseech, O queen, this truth of thee, Are you of mortal,...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1889
...All but Nausicaa fled ; but she fast stood : Pallas had put a boldness in her breast, And in her lair limbs tender fear comprest. And still she stood him,...her knee, He might incense her maiden modesty. This lair and filed speech then shew'd this was he I ' Let me beseech, O queen, this truth of thee, . Are...
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The Odysseys of Homer: Translated According to the Greek, Volume 1

Homer, George Chapman - 1897
...knee He should be bold, but kneeling, to embrace ; Or keep aloof, and try with words of grace, 210 In humblest suppliance, if he might obtain Some cover...aloof, And give with soft words his desires their Lest, pressing so near as to touch her knee, He might incense her maiden modesty. This fair and fil'd...
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The Odysseys of Homer, Volume 1

Homer - 1897 - 275 páginas
...knee He should be bold, but kneeling, to embrace; Or keep aloof, and try with words of grace, 2I ° In humblest suppliance, if he might obtain Some cover...his own, In weighing both well; to keep still aloof, 215 And give with soft words his desires their proof, Lest, pressing so near as to touch her knee,...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., Volume 1

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1899
...All but Nausicaa fled ; but she fast stood : Pallas had put a boldness in her breast, And in her lair limbs tender fear comprest. And still she stood him,...He might incense her maiden modesty. This fair and fil'd speech then shew'd this was he : ' Let me beseech, O queen, this truth of thee, Are you of mortal,...
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The English Poets, Volume 1

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1901
...heart of comfort. ODYSSEUS' SPEECH TO NAUSICAA. [From Odvssey K/.] All in flight The virgins scatter'd, frighted with this sight, About the prominent windings...He might incense her maiden modesty. This fair and fil'd speech then shew'd this was he : ' Let me beseech, O queen, this truth of thee, Are you of mortal,...
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