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" Not easily have we three come to this, We three who now are dead. Unwillingly They loved, unwillingly I slew them. Now I kiss them on the forehead quietly. "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 74
by Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1900
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Queen's Quarterly, Volume 7

Humanities - 1900
...bends over the bodies and kisses them on the forehead. He is shaken.) Luc. What ails you now ? Gio. She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...asleep ! (The bodies are reverently covered over.) EK PEACOCK. BOOK REVIEWS. Tkt Pkilaupkical Tktory uf tki SUU. Blr BERNARD BOSANUU«T. London Macmillao...
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Paolo & Francesca: A Tragedy in Four Acts

Stephen Phillips - 1899 - 1899 - 120 pages
...bends over the bodies and kisses them on the forehead. He is shaken.~} Luc. What ails you now ? Gio. She takes away my strength, I did not know the dead...asleep ! [ The bodies are reverently covered over.~] CURTAIN A TRAGEDY IN THREE ACTS By STEPHEN PHILLIPS TWENTY-FIRST THOUSAND. I2mo. 43. 6d. net. GREEN...
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Paolo & Francesca: A Tragedy in Four Acts

Stephen Phillips - 1898 - 1900 - 120 pages
...bends over the bodies and kisses them on the forehead. He is shaken. .] Luc. What ails you now ? Gio. She takes away my strength,. I did not know the dead...asleep ! [ The bodies are reverently covered over."] CURTAIN. A TRAGEDY IN FOUR ACTS. BY STEPHEN PHILLIPS. Crown Svo, gilt top, $1.2$. " Nothing finer has...
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The Canadian Magazine, Volume 15

J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1900
...bends over the bodies and kisses them on the forehead. He is shaken.) Luc. What ails you now ? Gio. She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...hair. Hide them. They look like children fast asleep 1 '5° AT THE GUARDHOUSE.* A BARRACK-ROOM LOVE STORY. By PY Black. I. THE girl looked up at the sky...
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The Smith College Monthly, Volume 8

1900
...falling o'er your eyebrow—bind it up." A last master stroke lies in his broken speech over the bier: " She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead could have such hair." These are but few of the many striking effects which make this drama. It is heavy-laden with them....
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Lectures and Essays: The letters of Charles Lamb. How I traced Charles Lamb ...

Alfred Ainger - English literature - 1905
...lovers, pronounced by the injured husband and brother as he gazes upon his two newly-slain victims — I did not know the dead could have such hair Hide them. They look like children fast asleep ! was in all probability suggested by the famous cry of Ferdinand, in The Duchess of Malfi, when his...
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Lectures and Essays: The letters of Charles Lamb. How I traced Charles Lamb ...

Alfred Ainger - English literature - 1905
...lovers, pronounced by the injured husband and brother as he gazes upon his two newly-slain victims — I did not know the dead could have such hair Hide them. They look like children fast asleep ! was in all probability suggested by the famous cry of Ferdinand, in The Duchess of Malfi, when his...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 3; Volume 134

1900
...I kiss them on the forehead quietly. (Be in' mix over the oodies, and kisses them on the foreltead. He is shaken.) Lucr. What ails you now? Giov. She...harmonious, to which the whole stream of the action tends. Climb Upward on Thy Prayers, The analysis we have given is designed to show how everything Is subordinated...
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The Arena, Volume 39

1908
...one bier, and Giovanni, shaken with deep emotion, kisses each of them upon the forehead, murmuring, "She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...Hide them! They look like children fast asleep.'' Admiration for Stephen Phillips' "Paolo and Francesca" need not imply blindness to its faults. Indeed,...
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The Art of Speech and Deportment

Anna Morgan - Oratory - 1909 - 372 pages
...The rest is silence. Giovanni, at the close of Stephen Phillips's play " Paolo and Francesca," says : She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...hair. Hide them. They look like children fast asleep. Q. What quality do fear, secrecy, and caution impart to the voice ? A. A breathy, whispered quality,...
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