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|An hour may lay it in ruins. - Byron, Lord Prolonged endurance tames the bold ... |
Byron, Lord Posterity will never survey a nobler grave than this: here lie the
bones of Castlereagh: stop, traveler, and piss. - Byron, Lord Your letter of
excuses has ...
|Whimsical examples of epitaphs abound; here are two famous examples: Life is |
a jest, and all things show it; I thought so once, but now I know it. (John Gay) ...
Whose promise none relies on; He never said a foolish thing, Nor ever did a wise
one. The king is ... Viscount Robert Stewart: Posterity will ne'er survey A nobler
grave than this. Here lie the bones of Castlereagh, Stop, traveler, and piss. You
|" Here they are for the first time collected and selected by their creator, Mason Williams. Them Poems is a bold, brassy collection that captures the free and easy antics of the 1960s.|
|In this book, John Bew tells the story of Castlereagh from the French Revolution through the Irish rebellion, the Napoleonic Wars, the diplomatic power struggles of 1814-5 and the mental breakdown that ended his life.|
|Provides an incisive portrait of William Blake that reassesses the true nature of the life and art of the enigmatic poet, painter, and engraver and places Blake and his unique, mystical art within the context of eighteenth-century thought |
|One of the most influential works of this century, The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays is a crucial exposition of existentialist thought.|
|This volume contains a fascinating selection from Humboldt's original 1,997 pages of Personal Narrative, in the first English translation to appear since 1851.|