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" I do not know where to find, in "any play, a catastrophe so grand, so solemn, and so surprising, as in this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to describe high passions and high actions. The fortitude of the Spartan boy, who let a beast gnaw out his... "
The Broken Heart - Page 131
by John Ford - 1894 - 132 pages
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The Works of Charles Lamb, Volume 3

Charles Lamb - English essays - 1881
...know where to find, in any play, a catastrophe so grand, so solemn, and so surprising, as in this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to describe high...fortitude of the Spartan boy, who let a beast gnaw om\ his bowels till he died, without expressing a groan, is a faint bodily image of this dilaceration...
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Poems, Plays and Miscellaneous Essays of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - 1885 - 408 pages
...not know where to find, in any play, a catastrophe so grand, BO solemn, and so surprising as in this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to describe high...fortitude of the Spartan boy, who let a beast gnaw out his bowel* till he died without expressing a groan, is a faint bodily image of this dilaceration of the...
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LAMB'S DRAMATIC ESSAYS

PERCY FITZGERALD, M.A., F.S.A. - 1885
...not know where to find, in any play, a catastrophe so grand, so solemn, and so surprising as in this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to describe high...fortitude of the Spartan boy, who let a beast gnaw out his bowls till he died without expressing a groan, is a faint bodily image of this dilaceration of the...
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The Art of the Stage as Set Out in Lamb's Dramatic Essays

Charles Lamb, Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Drama - 1885 - 276 pages
...not know where to find, in any play, a catastrophe so grand, so solemn, and so surprising as in this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to describe high...fortitude of the Spartan boy, who let a beast gnaw out his bowls till he died without expressing a groan, is a faint bodily image of this dilaceration of the...
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Excursions in Criticism: Being Some Prose Recreations of a Rhymer

William Watson - English literature - 1893 - 166 pages
...do not know where to find in any play a catastrophe so grand, so solemn, and so surprising as this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to " describe high passions and high actions." . . . The expression of this transcendent scene almost bears.me in imagination to Calvary and the Cross.' To...
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A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Play-wrights ..., Volume 1

William Davenport Adams - Actors - 1904 - 627 pages
...Lamb, " where to find, in any play, a catastrophe во grand, so solemn, and во surprising as this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to ' describe...against her nature, keeps closely covered, till the laut duties of a wife and a queen are fulfilled." BROKEN HEART 210 BROME According to the prologue,...
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Essays of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - English literature - 1904 - 413 pages
...know where to find, in any play, a catastrophe so grand, so solemn, and so surprising as 30 in this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to describe high...Calantha, with a holy violence against her nature, keeps 5 closely covered, till the last duties of a wife and a queen are fulfilled. Stories of martyrdom are...
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb: Dramatic specimens and the Garrick plays

Charles Lamb - 1904
...grand, so solemn, and surprising as this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to " describe high passs and high actions." The fortitude of the Spartan Boy who let a beast gnaw ou: • bowels till he died without expressing a groan, is a faint bodily image of •. dilaceration...
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Heroes and Heroines of Fiction: Modern Prose and Poetry, Volume 1

William S. Walsh - Characters and characteristics in literature - 1914 - 391 pages
...do not know where to find, in any play, a castrophe so grand, so solemn and so surprising as this. The fortitude of the Spartan boy who let a beast gnaw...expressing a groan, is a faint bodily image of this delaceration of the spirit and exentera tion of the inmost mind, which Calantha, with a holy violence...
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A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Playwrights, Players, and ...

William Davenport Adams - Actors - 1904 - 627 pages
...Lamb, " where to find, in any play, a catastrophe so grand, so solemn, and so surprising ая this. This is indeed, according to Milton, to ' describe...the Spartan boy who let a beast gnaw out his bowels tul he died without expressing a groan, is a faint bodily image of this dilaceration of the spirit...
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