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" To the inmost mind, There exercise all his fierce accidents, And on her purest spirits prey, As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With answerable pains, but more intense, Though void of corporal sense. "
The Broken Heart - Page 132
by John Ford - 1894 - 132 pages
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The Poetical Works of John Milton

John Milton - 1886 - 581 pages
...But must secret passage find To th' iumost mind, There exercise all his fierce accident*, And on her purest spirits prey, As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With answerable pains, but more intense^ Though void of corporal senseMy griefs not only pain me As a ling'ring disease, But, finding no redress,...
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Poetical Works: Reprinted from the Chandos Poets. With Memoir, Explanatory ...

John Milton - 1886
...But must secret passage find To th' inmost mind, There exercise all his fierce accidenta, And on her purest spirits prey, As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With answerable pains, but more intense, Though void of corporal sense. 1 Milton diften from our tnnnlatinn of the Bible. See. Jurtroe xv. 13,...
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Paradise lost ... Paradise regained. Samson Agonistes

John Milton - 1890
...inmost mind, There exercise all his fierce accidents, And on her purest spirits prey, SAMSON AGONISTES As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With answerable pains, but more intense, Though void of corporal sense ! My griefs not only pain me As a lingering disease, But, finding no...
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The Dramatic Essays of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - Drama - 1891 - 265 pages
...against her nature, keeps closely covered till the last duties of a wife and a queen are fulfilled. Stories of martyrdom are but of chains and the stake,...pains, but more intense. What a noble thing is the soul jn its strengths and in its weaknesses I Who would be less weak than Calantha ? Who can be so strong...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton: English and Latin, Volume 2

John Milton - 1892 - 1 pages
...must secret passage find 610 To the inmost mind, There exercise all his fierce accidents, And on her purest spirits prey, As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With answerable pains, but more intense, Though void of corporal sense ! My griefs not only pain me, As a lingering disease, But, finding no...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton

John Milton - English Literature - 1892 - 618 pages
...must secret passage find 610 To the inmost mind, There exercise all his fierce accidents, And on her purest spirits prey, As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With answerable pains, but more intense, Though void of corporal sense ! My griefs not only pain me As a lingering disease, But, finding no...
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Essays and Notes on Shakespeare

John Wesley Hales - 1892 - 300 pages
...But must secret passage find To the inmost mind; Then exercise all his fierce accidents, And on her purest spirits prey, As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With answerable pains, but more intense, Though void of corporal sense." (Samson Agon.) that can be extemporized. And it is in vain that he...
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Poems, Plays and Miscellaneous Essays of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - 1893 - 408 pages
...against her nature, keeps closely covered, till the last duties of a wife and a queen are fulfilled. Stories of martyrdom are but of chains and the stake;...the purest spirits prey, As on entrails, joints, and limhs, With answerable pains, but more intense. What a noble thing is the soul in its strengths and...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 2

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1893
...against her nature keeps closely covered, till the last duties of a Wife and a Queen are fulfilled. Stories of martyrdom are but of chains and the stake ; a little todily suffering ; these torments On the purest spirits prey As on entrails, joints, and limbs, With...
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English Literary Criticism

Charles Edwyn Vaughan - Criticism - 1896 - 219 pages
...against her nature keeps closely covered, till the last duties of a wife and a queen are fulfilled. Stories of martyrdom are but of chains and the stake;...more intense. What a noble thing is the soul in its strengths and in its weaknesses! who would be less weak than Calantha? who can be so strong? the expression...
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