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" He fell, the forest-prowlers' prey ; But thou must eat thy heart away ! The Roman, when his burning heart Was slaked with blood of Rome, Threw down the dagger, dared depart, In savage grandeur, home. He dared depart in utter scorn Of men that such a yoke... "
Monthly Review; Or New Literary Journal - Page 432
publié par - 1814
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The Complete Poetical and Dramatic Works of Lord Byron: With a Comprehensive ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1883 - 1162 pages
...rend the oak.f Dream'd not of the rebound: Chain'd by the trunk he vainly broke— Alone-r-how look'd he round ? Thou, in the sternness of thy strength,...at length, And darker fate hast found: He fell, the forest prowler's prey; But thou must <-•;•.! thy heart away 1 The Eoman, J when his burning heart...
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Shakespeare's Funeral and Other Papers

Sir Edward Bruce Hamley - 1889 - 330 pages
...turning his back upon himself." Then he is compared to Milo — " He who of old would rend the oak, Dreamed not of the rebound; Chained by the trunk he vainly broke — Alone — how looked he round ? " A most uncomfortable position for circumspection, doubtless, but vilely expressed, and very little...
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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron: Reprinted from the Original Editions, with ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1891 - 752 pages
...the oak,* Dream'd not of the rebound ; t'hain'd by the trunk he vainly broke— Alone — how look'd he round ! Thou, in the sternness of thy strength. An equal deed lias done at length, And darker fate has found : lie fell, the forest prowlers' prey ; Rut thou must...
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Poetry of Byron: Chosen and Arranged

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1892 - 324 pages
...— Thy choice is most ignobly brave ! He who of old would rend the oak, Dream'd not of the rebound ; Thou in the sternness of thy strength An equal deed...length, And darker fate hast found ; He fell, the forest prowlers' prey ; But thou must eat thy heart away ! The Roman, when his burning heart Was slaked...
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Selected Poems of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1893 - 368 pages
...the oak, Dream'd not of the rebound; Chain'd by the trunk he vainly broke — Alone — how look'd he round? Thou in the sternness of thy strength An...at length, And darker fate hast found; He fell, the forest prowlers' prey; But thou must eat thy heart away ! Threw down the dagger — dared depart, In...
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Poetry of Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1895 - 326 pages
...Thy choice is most ignobly brave ! He who of old would rend the oak, Dream' d not of the rebound ; Thou in the sternness of thy strength An equal deed...length, And darker fate hast found ; He fell, the forest prowlers' prey ; But thou must eat thy heart away ! The Roman, when his burning heart Was slaked...
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A Thousand and One Gems of English Poetry

Charles Mackay - 1896 - 680 pages
...prince — or live a slave — Thy choice is most ignobly brave 1 He who of old would rend the oak, Dreamed not of the rebound ; Chained by the trunk...length, And darker fate hast found : He fell, the forest prowler's prey ; But thou must cat thy heart away I The Roman, when his burning heart Was slaked...
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A Metrical History of the Life and Times of Napoleon Bonaparte

William J. Hillis - 1896 - 650 pages
...the oak, Dream 'd not of the rebound ; Chain'd by the trunk he vainly broke — Alone — how look'd he round ? Thou, in the sternness of thy strength,...at length, And darker fate hast found ! He fell the forest prowler's prey ; But thou must eat thy heart away ! The Roman, when his burning heart Was slaked...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 7

Charles Dudley Warner - 1897 - 492 pages
...a prince, or live a slave — Thy choice is most ignobly brave ! He who of old would rend the oak* Dreamed not of the rebound; Chained by the trunk he...at length. And darker fate hast found: He fell, the forest prowlers' prey; But thou must eat thy heart away! The Roman, t when his burning heart Was slaked...
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A thousand and one gems of English poetry, selected and arranged by C. Mackay

Charles Mackay - 1897 - 666 pages
...old would rend the oak, Dreamed not of the rebound ; Chained by the trunk he vainly brokeAlone — how looked he round ? Thou, in the sternness of thy...length, And darker fate hast found : He fell, the forest prowler's prey ; But thou must eat thy heart away ! The Roman, when his burning heart ' Was...
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