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|Learn one true poem by heart, and see if you do not find it so. Beauty after beauty |
... If you could only fix that image, as the photographers do theirs, so beautifully,
so perfectly! And you can do ... Never be so brief as to become obscure. —Tryon
|With Notes and Quotations. And an Account of the Author's Life. With a Short |
Character of the Author and Translator Michel de Montaigne, George Savile
Marquis of Halifax. of our Judges, that there never was so sull and uncon- trol'd a
|For my part (as Horace, I think, says all ordinary people do), “when I labor to be |
brief I become obscure. ... out the weakest and so kicks successfully against the
pricks and refuseth to hear the voice of the charmer, charm he never so wisely!
|For though indeed they be really divided, yet are they so united, as they seem but |
one , and make rather a duality than two ... There are wonders in true affection 7 it
is a body of Enigma's, mysteries and riddles 5 wherein two so become one, ...
|25 Breathes there the man with soul so dead, / Who never to himself hath said, / "|
This is my own, my native land ? " Scott. Breathe ... Fr. 30 Breve tempus aetatis
satis est longum ad bene honesteque vivendum— A short term on earth is long
enough for a good and honourable life. Cie. Brevi manu ... Cic* Brevis esse
laboro, obscurus fio— When labouring to be concise, I become obscure. Hor.
Brevis ipsa ...