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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 40 haulle Musseus sung,) Dwelt at Abydos; since him dwelt there none For whom succeeding times....
" Musseus sung,) Dwelt at Abydos; since him dwelt there none For whom succeeding times make greater moan. His dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allured the venturous youth of Greece To hazard... "
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Alexander Dyce - 1865 - 407 sivua
...dangling î tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allur'd the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wish'd his arms might be her sphere ; Grief makes her pale, because she moves uot there....

The Works of George Chapman ...

Richard Herne Shepherd, Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1875
...greater moan. His dangling tresses, that were never shorn. Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allured the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wish'd his arms might be her sphere ; Grief makes her pale, because she moves not there....

The Poems of Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe, and Ben Jonson

Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 544 sivua
...greater moan. His dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allured the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wished his arms might be her sphere; Grief makes her pale, because she moves not there....

The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 407 sivua
...dangling J tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchoe borne, Would have allur'd the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wish'd his arms might be her sphere ; Orief makes her pale, because she moves not there....

The Poems of Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe, and Ben Jonson

Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson - 1878 - 544 sivua
...greater rnoan. His dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allured the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleeceFair Cynthia wished his arms might be her sphere ; Grief makes her pale, because »he moves not...

Dramatic Works, Selected

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 sivua
...greater moan. His dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allured the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wish'd his arms might be her sphere ; Grief makes her pale, because she moves not there....

The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 sivua
...greater moan. His dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allured the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wish'd his arms might be her sphere ; Griaf makes her pale, because she moves not there....

The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Nide 3

Christopher Marlowe - 1885
...dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allur'd the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wished his arms might be her Sphere ; Grief makes her pale, because she moves not there....

The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Nide 3

Christopher Marlowe - 1885
...dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allur'd the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wished his arms might be her Sphere ; Grief makes her pale, because she moves not there....

The Works of Christopher Marlowe Including His Translations

Christopher Marlowe - 1889 - 376 sivua
...greater moan. His dangling tresses, that were never shorn, Had they been cut, and unto Colchos borne, Would have allured the venturous youth of Greece To hazard more than for the golden fleece. Fair Cynthia wished his arms might be her Grief makes her pale, because she moves not there. His body...




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