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" I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he is, does yet live in reality a deeper, more human, and more universal life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or "the husband who avenges his honor. "
The Book Buyer: A Review and Record of Current Literature - Sivu 446
1902
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The Master Builder: A Play in Three Acts

Henrik Ibsen - 1892 - 227 sivua
...and the quivering voice of the light, submitting with bent head to the presence of his soul and his destiny, ... I have grown to believe that he, motionless...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or "the husband who. avenges his honour." Of the play itself M. Maeterlinck...

The Theatrical 'world'.: 1893-1897, Nide 5

William Archer - 1898
...reign about the house . . . submitting with bent head to the presence of his soul and his destiny . . . does yet live, in reality, a deeper, more human, and...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or 'the husband who avenges his honour.'" The fact is, M. Maeterlinck...

The Treasure of the Humble

Maurice Maeterlinck - 1897 - 224 sivua
...directly concerned in the movement of an eyelid that closes, or a thought that springs to birth — I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or ' the husband who avenges his honour.' I shall be told, perhaps,...

Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern

Charles Dudley Warner - 1897
...directly concerned in the movement of an eyelid that closes, or a thought that springs to birth, — I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or "the husband who avenges his honor." DR. WILLIAM MAG1NN (1793-1842)...

The Treasure of the Humble

Maurice Maeterlinck - 1897 - 224 sivua
...directly concerned in the movement of an eyelid that closes, or a thought that springs to birth—I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he is,...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or ' the husband who avenges his honour.' I shall be told, perhaps,...

The Theatrical 'World' of 1893-[97]

William Archer - 1898
...reign about the house . . . submitting with bent head to the presence of his soul and his destiny . . . does yet live, in reality, a deeper, more human, and...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or ' the husband who avenges his honour.' " The fact is, M. Maeterlinck...

The World's Great Masterpieces: History, Biography, Science, Philosophy ...

Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton, Nathan Haskell Dole, Julian Hawthorne, Caroline Ticknor - 1901
...directly concerned in the movement of an eyelid that closes, or a thought that springs to birth, — I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or "the husband who avenges his honor." 7000 WILLIAM MAGINN. WILLIAM...

Thoughts from Maeterlinck

Maurice Maeterlinck - 1903 - 283 sivua
...directly concerned in the movement of an eyelid that closes, or a thought that springs to birth — I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or ' the husband who avenges his honour.' — The Treasure of the Humble....

The Arena, Nide 35

1906
...directly concerned in the movement of an eyelid that closes or a thought that springs to birth, — I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or ' the husband who avenges his honor.' " M. Maeterlinck's hope for...

Studies in European Literature: A Series of Studies Written for the ...

Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle - 1908 - 302 sivua
...directly concerned in the movement of an eyelid that closes, or a thought that springs to birth — I have grown to believe that he, motionless as he...life than the lover who strangles his mistress, the captain who conquers in battle, or 'the husband who avenges his honor.' " In the same essay Maeterlinck...




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