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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 British classical authors: with biographical notices. On the basis of a ...

Ludwig Herrig - 1906 - 844 pages
...choice is most ignobly brave !^ He who of old would rend me' cJak",! Dreamed not of the rebound; 48 Chained by the trunk he vainly broke — Alone —...of thy strength An equal deed hast done at length, 63 And darker fate hast found: He fell, the forest-prowlers' prey; But thou must eat thy heart away!...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1907 - 1376 pages
...Prince — or live a slave — Thy choice is most ignobly brave ! VI. 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! 1 " Certaminis gaudia " — the expression...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1907 - 1376 pages
...Prince — or live a slave — Thy choice is most ignobly brave ! VI. He who of old would rend the oak,1 aters red. LXVI. But thou, Clitumnus ! l in thy sweetest...limbs where nothing hid them, thou dost rear Thy gras ™ fell, the forest prowlers' prey; But thou must eat thy heart away ! . '. Certaminis gaudia " —...
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The Book of Georgian Verse

William Stanley Braithwaite - 1909 - 1334 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,...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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British Poets of the Nineteenth Century: Poems by Wordsworth, Coleridge ...

Curtis Hidden Page - 1910 - 968 pages
...Chain'd by the trunk he vainly broke — Alone — how look'd he round ? Thou, in the sternness of thv ender up the tale Of what we are. In forest prowlers' prey : But thou must eat thy heart away ! The Roman, when his burning heart Was slaked...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 221

1915 - 470 pages
...rhetoric cannot be denied, nor the ingenuity of its symbolism : ' He who of old would rend the oak Dreamed not of the rebound ; Chained by the trunk...at length, And darker fate hast found' He fell, the forest prowlers' prey. But thou must eat thy heart away.' In the ' Ode on Venice,' not published until...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 221

1915 - 470 pages
...rhetoric cannot be denied, nor the ingenuity of its symbolism : ' 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 ? Thcu, in the sternness of thy strength, An equal deed hast done at length, And darker fate hast found...
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Inter Arma: Being Essays Written in Time of War

Edmund Gosse - 1916 - 274 pages
...rhetoric cannot be denied, nor the ingenuity of its symbolism — " 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." In the " Ode on Venice," not published until...
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Inter Arma: Being Essays Written in Time of War

Edmund Gosse - 1916 - 272 pages
...rhetoric cannot be denied, nor the ingenuity of its symbolism — " 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." In the " Ode on Venice," not published until...
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Inter Arma: Being Essays Written in Time of War

Edmund Gosse - 1916 - 272 pages
...rhetoric cannot be denied, nor the ingenuity of its symbolism— " 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." In the " Ode on Venice," not published until...
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