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|Colette, Sidonie Gabrielle As clouds are blown away by the wind, the thirst for |
material pleasures will be driven away by the utterance of the Lord's name. - Devi
, Sri Sarada Pleasure is none, if not diversified. - Donne, John The rare pleasure
|Pleasure is none,if not diversified. The sun, that sitting in the chair of light Sheds |
flame into what else so ever doth seem bright, Is not contented at one sign to inn,
But ends his year and with a new begins. All things do willingly inchange delight
|ELEGY XVII VARIETY The heavens rejoice in motion; why should I Abjure my so |
much loved variety, And not with many youth and love divide? Pleasure is none,
if not diversified. The sun that, sitting in the chair of light, Sheds flame into what ...
|Donne was not devoted with Shelley's single and poetic ardour to love and |
beauty and delight. ... of the sun shining everywhere, of far-stretching rivers, of all
things delighting in change; "Pleasure is none if not diversified", he said to be
|Appendix. I. Elegy. XVIII. By. John. Donne. THE heavens rejoice in motion ; why |
should I Abjure my so much loved variety, And not with many youth and love
divide ? Pleasure is none, if not diversified. The sun that, sitting in the chair of
|The Nedham MSwas copiedfromCave (by John Nedham of Lincoln College) so |
is of no independent authority, but is ... Pleasure is none if not diversified: The
Sun that, sitting inthe chair of light, Sheds flame intowhat else soe«er seems
|Elegy 17Variety Theheavens rejoice in motion, why1 shouldI Abjure my so much |
loved 2 variety, And not with many youth and love divide? 3 Pleasure is none, if
not diversified: The sun that sitting in the chair5of light Sheds flame into what ...
|CONVERSION BEHAVIOR Serge Moscovici ECOLE DES I-IAUTES ETUDES EN |
SCIENCES SOCIALES GROUPE DE PSYCHOLOGIE SOCIALE PARIS, FRANCE
Pleasure is none, if not diversified. John Donne Neither is society. I. Two Types ...
|shades which diversify characters, and none ever made his personages act and |
speak more like real men and women in the particular circumstances which he
describes. " But the fear of not being approved as a just copier of human manners
, is not the most important concern that an author of ... Again, where objects,
whether coexistent or in succession, are sufficiently diversified, the pleasure of
variety is ...