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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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Works of George Eliot

George Eliot - 1900
...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...will not place them on a level with the intelligent Seas. I should like to see if she could be made ashamed of herself." CHAPTER VI. " Though she be dead,...
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Works of George Eliot ...: Felix Holt

George Eliot - 1901
...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...herself." CHAPTER VI. "Though she be dead, yet let mo think she lives, And feed my mind, that dies for want of her." MARLOWK : Tamburlaine the Great....
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A History of English Literature

E. J. Mathew - English literature - 1901 - 534 pages
...lord. Tamb. ' 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 myrrh,...
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Specimens of the Elizabethan Drama from Lyly to Shirley, A.D. 1580-A.D. 1642 ...

William Henry Williams - English drama - 1905 - 576 pages
...lord. Ia5 Tamb. 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, *3° Embalm'd with cassia, ambergris,...
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Writings, Volume 10

George Eliot - 1907
...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...lives, And feed my mind, that dies for want of her." MABLOWE: Tamburlaine the Great. HARDLY any one in Treby who thought at all of Mr. Lyon and his daughter...
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The Oxford Treasury of English Literature, Volume 2

Grace Eleanor Hadow, William Henry Hadow - English literature - 1907 - 356 pages
...lord. Tamb. ' 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 myrrh,...
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The Writings of George Eliot: Felix Holt

George Eliot - 1907
...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...lives, And feed my mind, that dies for want of her." MABLOWE: Tamburlaine the Great. HAEDLY any one in Treby who thought at all of Mr. Lyon and his daughter...
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CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE

WILLIAM LYON PHELPS - 1912
...my lord. Tamb. "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 myrrh,...
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Tamburlaine the Great: Who, from the State of a Shepherd in Scythia, by His ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1919 - 65 pages
...dead, my lord. TAMB. For she is dead! thy words do pierce my soul: Ah, sweet Theridamas, say no more ! Though she be dead, yet let me think she lives, And feed my mind that dies for want of her. scey^e F ou ŁAct III, Sc. i ; Act III, Sc. 5.3 Enter the KINGS OF TREBIZON and SORIA, one bringing...
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Tamburlaine the Great: Doctor Faustus

Christopher Marlowe - Cliffs Notes - 1923 - 231 pages
...lord. Tamb. "For she is dead!" Thy words do pierce my soul! 125 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. 1 Mounds for cannon. Where'er her soul be, thou [To the body] smalt stay with Embalmed with cassia,...
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