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|But I have spoke With one that saw him die: who did report That very frankly he |
confess'd his treasons, Implored your highness' pardon and set forth A deep
repentance: nothing in his life Became him like the leaving it; he died As one that
|“Nothing in his life became him like the leaving it . . . ” That's nice.' 'Marma!' |
Hannah cried, then paused while she tried to think of a tactful way to phrase what
she wanted to say. 'Do you want people to dwell on the way in which he left his
|'No action in his life became him like the leaving it. His death makes a kind of era |
in literature. Piety and goodness will not easily find a more able defender, and it
is delightful to see him set, as it were, his dying seal to the profession of his life,
and to the truth of Christianity. ... ears the loud echo of Cawdor's death from
Macbeth may seem out of place ('Nothing in his life/Became him like the leaving it
', . iv.
|But I have spoke with one that saw him die: Who did report, that very frankly hee |
Confess'd his Treasons, implor'd your Highnesse Pardon, And set forth a deep
Repentance: Nothing in his Life became him, Like the leauing it. Hee dy'de, . . .34
|July, the disease, under which he was laboring, left him, but in such a reduced |
state, that his medical attendants ... Happy in his life, more happy in his death, of
him it may truly be said, that " Nothing in his life, Became him like the leaving it.
|The horse, in this instance, is with much propriety made the subject of our |
particular attention, as by his wound is ... Of him it may be said, as of the thane of
Cawdor in Macbeth, There was nothing in his life Became him like the leaving it.
|After he leaves the stage, the player "is heard no more"; the speech does not |
consider what might happen to the actor off in ... beginning of the play, we learn
of the traitor Cawdor that "Nothing in his life / Became him like the leaving it" (1.4.
|should thus rouse itself and act the fury in his soul, to avenge the wrongs of his |
terrible sell-despotism when awake, — this it ... in a perfect transport of heroism,
insomuch that we may truly say, " nothing in his life became him like the leaving it
|He then stands in the open to allow Doore to kill him: “The figure did nothing to |
hide or run off. ... It can be said of Loney what Malcolm in Macbeth says of the
Thane of Cawdor, “nothing in his life became him like the leaving it” (I, iv, 6, 7).
|whose loss is deeply felt by all who perfectly knew him, and whose close of life, in |
being simply and justly delineated, can ... of Shakspeare — Nothing in his life
Became him like the leaving it : he died As one that had been studied in his death