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" I could not tame my nature down; for he Must serve who fain would sway— and soothe, and sue. And watch all time, and pry into all place, And be a living lie, who would become A mighty thing amongst the mean, and such The mass are ; I disdain'd to mingle... "
The American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review - Page 335
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The Principles of Elocution: With Exercises and Notations for Pronunciation ...

Alexander Melville Bell - Elocution - 1878 - 243 pages
...must his Lieutenant be, And /. (O, bless the mark !) his Moorship's Ancient. DISDAINFUL SCORN. Bvrjll. I could not tame my nature down ; for he Must serve who fain would sway. — and soothe — and sueAnd -watch all time, — and pry into all place, — And be T\ a living lie, — who would become...
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"Elocutionary Manual.": The Principles of Elocution, with Exercises and ...

Alexander Melville Bell - Elocution - 1878 - 243 pages
...Preferment goes by letter and affection, Not by the old gradation, where each Second DISDAINFUL SCORN. I could not tame my nature down : for he Must serve who fain would sway. — and soot lie — and sueAnd -watch all time, — and pry into all place, — And be TS a living lie, —...
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The poetical works of lord Byron, ed. with a critical mem. by W. M. Rossetti

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1880
...low, hut mighty still. But this is past, My thoughts mistook themselves. Abbot. And wherefore so? Man. he a living lie, who would hecome A mighty thing amongst the mean— and such The mass are : I disdain'd...
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The poetical works of lord Byron. Repr. with life, notes &c. 'Albion' ed

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1881
...could not tame my nature down ; for he [and sue — Must serve who fain would sway ; and soothe — ief of the Ten. Lady, we revoke not Our purposes so readily. Afar. I know it, As far disduin'd to mingle with A herd, (hough to be leader— and of wolves. The lion is alone, and so am...
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Poetic treasures: or, Passages from the poets

Passages, John Allen Giles - English poetry - 1881 - 644 pages
...low, but mighty still. But this is past, [so ? My thoughts mistook themselves. Ab. And wherefore Man. I could not tame my nature down ; for he Must serve who fain would sway — and soothe — and And watch all time — and pry into all place — [sue— And be a living lie — who would become...
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Essays and Reviews, Volume 1

Edwin Percy Whipple - American literature - 1882
...minds 19 of men, and to be the enlightener of nations ; but his thoughts "mistook themselves:" — 1 1 could not tame my nature down ; for he Must serve who fain would sway, —and soothe — and sueAnd watch all time — and pry into all place — And he a living lie — who would become A mighty...
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Essays and Reviews, Volume 1

Edwin Percy Whipple - American literature - 1883
...19 of men, and to be the enlightener of nations ; but his thoughts " mistook themselves : " — i' I could not tame my nature down ; for he Must serve who fain would sway, — and soothe — and sat — And watch all time — and pry into all place — And be a living lie — who would become...
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The Complete Poetical and Dramatic Works of Lord Byron: With a Comprehensive ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1883 - 662 pages
...but mighty still.—But this is past, My thoughts mistook themselves. Abbot. And wherefore so ? Man. I could not tame my nature down; for he Must serve who fain would sway—and soothe—and sue— And watch all time—and pry into all place— And be a living lie—who...
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The poetical works of lord Byron, with notes, Volume 7

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1885
...mighty still. — But this is past, My thoughts mistook themselves. Abbot. And wherefore so ? Man. I could not tame my nature down ; for he Must serve...thing amongst the mean, and such The mass are ; I disdain'd to mingle with A herd, though to be leader — and of wolves. The lion is alone, and so am...
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History of English Literature: By H.A. Taine, Translated by H. Van ..., Volume 1

Hippolyte Taine - English literature - 1885
...so, — cross'd me in my path, I felt myself degraded back to them. And was all clay again. . . .' I could not tame my nature down ; for he Must serve who fain would sway — and soothe — and sueAnd watch all time — and pry into all place — And be a living lie — who would become A mighty...
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