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" King James, 1605, when he came to see our University of Oxford, and amongst other edifices now went to view that famous library, renewed by Sir Thomas Bodley, in imitation of Alexander, at his departure brake out into that noble speech, If... "
The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptomes ... - الصفحة 417
بواسطة Robert Burton - 1800
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The Atlantic Monthly, المجلد 67

1891
...impelling motive, in long hours of research, was primarily his own gratification. " The delight is it I aim at, so great pleasure, such sweet content, there is in study." I think the most beautiful figure in recent literature is Mr. Pater's Marius the Epicurean, whose life,...

The Atlantic Monthly, المجلد 86

1900
...known than Alexander," says Democritus Junior, " yet I stand not upon this ; the delight is what 96 . > E <a jG 96 E,8C Љ 4I l E \ K d d &d It is much to speak the tongue that Shakespeare spoke, hut more perhaps to speak the tongue of Greece...

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...glorious street — An eager Novice robed in fluttering gown! WORDSWORTH King James, 1605, when he came to our University of Oxford, and, amongst other edifices, now went to view that famous Library, renewed by Sir Thomas Bodley, in imitation of Alexander, at his departure brake out into that noble speech, If...
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