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" But in the murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must be raging some great storm of passion — jealousy, ambition, vengeance, hatred — which will create a hell within him ; and into this hell we are to look. "
The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art - Sivu 560
1823
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Shakespeare's Tragedy of Macbeth

William Shakespeare - 1880 - 203 sivua
...overwhelming panic ; the fear of instant death smites him 'with its petrific mace.' But in the murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must...hell within him ; and into this hell we are to look. 60. Will all great Neptune's ocean, etc. Steevens quotes Catullus, In Gellinm, 5 : *' Suscipit, o Gelli,...

Masterpieces of English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - 1880 - 638 sivua
...panic ; the fear of instant death strikes him " with its 90 petrific * mace." But in the-murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must...hell within him; and into this hell we are to look. 4. In Macbeth, for the sake of gratifying his own enormous 95 and teeming faculty of creation, Shakespeare...

Shakespeare's Tragedy of Macbeth

William Shakespeare - 1881 - 104 sivua
...overwhelming panic ; the fear of instant death smites him 'with its petrific mace.' But in the murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must...his own enormous and teeming faculty of creation, Shakespeare has introduced two murderers ; and, as usual in his hands, they are remarkably discriminated...

The English Essayists: A Comprehensive Selection from the Works of the Great ...

1881 - 536 sivua
...overwhelming panic : the fear of instant death smites him "with its petrific mace." But in the murderer, such e philosophy of this arrangement, or the wisdom of...sheep, when it is dark, has nothing to do but to shu • It seems almost ludicrous to guard anil explain my use of a word in a situation where It should...

A Practical Reader: With Exercises in Vocal Culture

Caroline Bigelow Le Row - 1882 - 224 sivua
...panic: the fear of instant death smites him "with its petrific mace." But in the murderer — such a murderer as a poet will condescend to — there must be raging some great storm of passion — jealou.y. ambition, vengeance, hatred — which will create a hell within him; and into this hell...

Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - 1882 - 638 sivua
...ambition, vengeance, hatred — which will create a hell within him; and into this hell we are to look. 4. In Macbeth, for the sake of gratifying his own enormous •.< and teeming faculty of creation, Shakespeare has introduced two murderers ; and, as usual in his hands, they are remarkably discriminated;...

Shakespeare's Works, Nide 14

William Shakespeare - 1884
...overwhelming panic ; the fear of instant death smites him ' with its petrific mace.' But in the murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must...hell within him ; and into this hell we are to look. 193 60. Will all great Neptune's oceant etc. Steevens quotes Catullus, 7« Geltittm, 5 : " Suscipit,...

Tragedy of Macbeth: Edited, with Notes

William Shakespeare - 1884
...overwhelming panic : the fear of instant death smites him ' with its petrific mace.' But in the murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must...hell within him ; and into this hell we are to look. 60. Will all great Neptune's ocean, etc. Steevens quotes Catullus, /// Gdliunti 5 : " Suscipit, o Gelli,...

Confessions of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - 1886 - 275 sivua
...overwhelming panic : the fear of instant death smites him " with its petrific mace." But in the murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must...his own enormous and teeming faculty of creation, Shakespeare has introduced two murderers ; and, as usual in his hands, they are remarkably discriminated...

Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - 1886 - 638 sivua
...panic; the fear of instant death strikes him "with its *, petrific* mace." But in the murderer, such a murderer as a poet will condescend to, there must...hell within him; and into this hell we are to look. 4. In Macbeth, for the sake of gratifying his own enormous 95 and teeming faculty of creation, Shakespeare...




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