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" ... the heathens — my daughter dead to me, and I to her. But this morning — (Oh ! why have I survived it ?) — but this fatal morning I was released from bondage by your son. I came, and found your daughter. in the arms of her brother. "
The Dramatic Works of Baron Kotzebue - الصفحة 28
بواسطة August von Kotzebue - 1800
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Adelaide of Wulfingen: A Tragedy in Four Acts. (Exemplifying the Barbarity ...

August von Kotzebue - 1800 - عدد الصفحات: 67
...your daughter. in the arms of her brother. Hu. (Starts like a, man, who suddenly espies a phantom but has courage enough to run towards it, and unmask it,...struggle, which, however, soon subsides. That serenity which ever accompanies Jirmly-rooted principles, resumes its place in his countenance, and he turns...

The German Theatre, المجلد 2

1806
...daughter in the arms of her brother. Hugo. — (Starts like a man, who suddenly espies a phantom, but has courage enough to run towards it, and unmask it. The muscles of his fu'f.fur some moments, express an instant ttrnggle, which, liowcrer, soon snbtides. That serenity,...

Otto of Wittlesbach. Dageobert. By J.M. Babo. Adelaide of Wulfingen, by A ...

1811
...daughter in the arms of her brother. Hugo. — (Starts like a man, who suddenly espies a phantom, but has courage enough to run towards it, and unmask it....struggle, which, however, soon subsides. That serenity, which ever accompanies firmly-rooted principles, resumes Us place in his countenance, and he returns...

The German theatre, tr. by B. Thompson, المجلد 4

1811
...daughter in the arms of her brother. Hugo. — (Starts like a man, who suddenly espies a phantom, but has courage enough to run towards it, and unmask it....struggle, which, however, soon subsides. That serenity, which ever accompanies .firmly-rooted principles, resumes its place in his countenance, and he returns...

Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 ..., المجلد 10

John Genest - 1832
...Adelaide is married — he explains the circumstance to Sir Hugo — Sir Hugo (at first starts — the muscles of his face, for some moments, express...struggle, which, however, soon subsides — that serenity, which ever accompanies firmly -rooted principles, resumes its place in his countenance, and he turns...




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