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" That is the lot Miss Esther is preparing for some man or other. I could grind my teeth at such self-satisfied minxes, who think they can tell every body what is the correct thing, and the utmost stretch of their ideas will not place them on a level with... "
Felix Holt, the Radical - Page 87
by George Eliot - 1871 - 529 pages
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 407 pages
...lord. Tomb. For the it dead I thy words do pierce my soul : Ah, sweet Theridamas, say so no more ! Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives, And feed my mind that dies for want of her. Where'er her soul be, thou [To the body] shalt stay with me, Embalm'd with cassia, ambergris, and myrrh,...
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Chambers's national reading-books, Book 6

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1877
...lord. Tamb. ' For she is dead!' thy words do pierce my soul: Ah, sweet Theridamas, say so no more ! 126 Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives, And feed my mind that dies for want of her. Where'er her soul be, thou [To the body] shalt stay with me, Embalmed with cassia, ambergris, and myrrh,...
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The Works of George Eliot: Felix Holt

George Eliot - 1878
...man or other. I could grind my teeth at such self-satisfied minxes, who think they can tell everybody what is the correct thing, and the utmost stretch...like to see if she could be made ashamed of herself." CHAPTEE VI. Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives, And feed my mind, that dies for want of...
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Dramatic Works

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 pages
...lord. Tamb. For she it dead 1 thy words do pierce my soul : Ah, sweet Theridamas, say so no more ! Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives, And feed my mind that dies for want of her. Where'er her soul be, thou [To the body] shall stay with me, Embalm'd with cassia, ambergris, and myrrh,...
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The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe: (Selected.) With a Prefatory ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 pages
...dead /thy words do pierce my soul : Ah, sweet Theridamas, say so no more ! Though she be dead, ypt let me think she lives, And feed my mind that dies for want of her. Where'er her soul be, thou [To the body] sha.lt stay with me, Embalm'd with cassia, ambergris, and...
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe Including His Translations

Christopher Marlowe - 1889 - 376 pages
...lord. Tain}. For she is dead ! Thy words do pierce my soul ! Ah, sweet Theridamas ! say so no more ; Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives, And feed my mind that dies for want of her. Where'er her soul be, thou [To the tody} shalt stay with me, Embalmed with cassia, ambergris, and myrrh,...
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Christopher Marlowe: Outlines of His Life and Works

J. G. Lewis - 1891 - 28 pages
...Tanib. " For she is dead ! " Thy words do pierce my soul ! Ah, sweet Theridamas ! say so no more ; Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives. And feed my mind that dies for want of her, Where'er her soul be, thou [To the body'} shalt stay with me, Embalmed with cassia, ambergris, and...
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Felix Holt, the Radical ...

George Eliot - 1893
...man or other. I could grind my teeth at such selfsatisfied minxes, who think they can tell everybody what is the correct thing, and the utmost stretch...like to see if she could be made ashamed of herself." Felix Holt and Job Judge. Original Etching by WH Sheldon. \ CHAPTER VI. Though she be dead, yet let...
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Latin and Greek verse translations, by W. Baker

William Baker - English poetry - 1895 - 133 pages
...ofyerat yvvrj. T. rl ^>TI<} ; eXefa? icapSiav SrjKTijpia' firj Srjra, firj crv Sevrepov Xe^p? raSe. 78 Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives, And feed my mind that dies for want of her. Where'er her soul be, thou [to the body] shalt stay with me, Not lapt in lead, but in a sheet of gold,...
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Cambridge Compositions: Greek and Latin

Richard Dacre Archer-Hind, Robert Drew Hicks - Classical literature - 1899 - 496 pages
...For she is dead ! Thy words do pierce my soul ! Ah, sweet Theridamas, say so no more ; Though she he dead, yet let me think she lives And feed my mind that dies for want of her. Where'er her soul be, thou [To the body] shalt stay with me, And till I die thou shalt not be interred....
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