General Books, 2013 - Počet stran: 86
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ... chapter viii. waking dreams and waking sadness. I did hear you talk Far above singing! After you were gone I grew acquainted with my heart! and search'd What stirred it so: alas! I found it love. Beaumont And Fletcher: Philaster. The sweet thoughts, the sure hopes, thy protested faith will cause me to embrace thy shadow constantly in mine arms, of the which by strong imagination I will make a substance. Lvly: Alexander and Campaspe. Bello il tuo manto, o divo cielo; e bella Sei tu, rorida terra. Ahi di cotesta Infinita belta parte nessuna Alia misera Saffo i numi e l'empia Sorte non fenno. Giacomo Leopardi: Canti. 'When Isola was sufficiently recovered, she told Harry vaguely of having seen Ranthorpe (which Harry knew, as it was he who had informed Ranthorpe of her retreat), and that they had "met for the last time." Then begged him never to refer to the subject again. From the manner in which she spoke, he was completely deceived as to the nature of their interview. He believed that Ranthorpe's presence had only recalled a poignant sense of his treachery; and that probably they had come to bitter altercations on the subject. But she seemed shattered by the blow. She rarely smiled, and never laughed. She was perpetually plunged in reverie, from which she aroused herself by a long and painful sigh. Poor Leo was neglected; but with the marvellous sagacity which dogs display, he seemed to understand her grief, to sympathize with it, and respect it. His large eyes were constantly fixed on her in mournful lovingness, and he would gently lick her hand as if to reassure and comfort her; but she seemed seldom aware of his presence. Harry, deceived by her words, never interpreted these reveries aright, and seldom remarked them. He knew that she...