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|5 The acting maxim of Horace, in his subsequent Ars Poetica, was si vis me flere, |
dolendum est primum ipsi tibi: "If you would have me weep, you must first of all
feel grief yourself."6 Actors in the ancient world went to some extremes to "feel" ...
|If you would have me weep, you must first of all feel grief yourself. Horace, |
Roman poet Ask an actor or actress to cry and they will think of something so sad
that in a few minutes they actually begin to shed tears. When a writer creates a
|Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. • If you would have me weep, you must first of all feel |
grief yourself. — Horace • Quiet and sincere sympathy is often the most welcome
and efficient consolation to the afflicted. Said a wise man to one in deep sorrow, ...
Allan H. Gilbert - 1962 - 704 pages
|As the human face answers a smile with a smile, so does it wait upon tears; if you |
would have me weep, you must first of all feel grief yourself;17 then and not till
then will your misfortunes, Telephus or Peleus, touch me. If the part assigned ...
|... "if you would have me weep, you must first feel grief yourself," by adding that, "|
the cry of a woman especially moves to ... among all of the mystics had "no rival
in the frequency and intensity of his tears," distinguished between three kinds: ...
|Echoing the words of Horace (65-8 B.C.) in Ars Poetica, if "you would have me |
weep, you must first feel grief yourself - how ... has bora down all before it, and
shewn at one stroke the compacted Might of Genius".148 Creators of the sublime
Edgar S. Werner - 1896
|The Roman poet, Horace, expressed this for all ages: “ Sivis me Here, dolendum |
est primum ipse tibi.” “If you wish me to weep, you yourself must grieve first," or (a
little freer) “ If you wish me to feel, you must feel first." Paul, in his ... We have just
said that the orator who would reach eloquence must feel deeply and strongly.
Brendan Maurice Dooley - 1995 - 689 pages
|demonstrates itself by action, and the face is its image, while the eyes are its |
judges; therefore, all its movements are manifested in the eyes, and an intense or
humble or ... If you would have me weep, you must first feel grief yourself . 91 The
Thomas Puttfarken - 2005 - 240 pages
|The classical formulation belongs Horace: As men's faces smile on those who |
smile, so they respond to those who weep. If you would have me weep, you must
first feel grief yourself: then, O Telephus or Peleus, will your misfortunes hurt me ...
Dana Arnold, Margaret Iversen - 2008 - 240 pages
|conclusion that statements like this might be taken as justifying a profoundly |
allegorical interpretation of Titian's Ovidian paintings, we ... and, in keeping with
Plato's recommendation, banished from the state, alongside all satirical poets.11
We could easily prolong this list of quotations; ... If you would have me weep, you
must first feel grief yourself: then, O Telephus or Peleus, will your misfortunes hurt