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Seite 72 - Our deeds still travel with us from afar, And what we have been makes us what we are.
Seite 107 - Treason doth never prosper ; what's the reason ? For if it prosper none dare call it treason.
Seite 142 - We paused: the winds were in the beech: We heard them sweep the winter land; And in a circle hand-in-hand Sat silent, looking each at each. Then echo-like our voices rang; We sung, tho...
Seite 44 - SHALL I FORGET? SHALL I forget on this side of the grave ? I promise nothing : you must wait and see Patient and brave. (O my soul, watch with him and he with me.) Shall I forget in peace of Paradise ? I promise nothing : follow, friend, and see, Faithful and wise. (O my soul, lead the way he walks with me.) VANITY OF VANITIES.
Seite 256 - Woolson has a graceful fancy, a ready wit, a polished style, and conspicuous dramatic power ; while her skill in the development of a story is very remarkable. — London Life. For swiftly graphic stroke, for delicacy of appreciative coloring, and for sentimental suggestiveness, it would be hard to rival Miss Woolson's sketches. — Watchman, Boston. HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS...