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" To show a soul so full of misery As this sad lady's was. Do it by me, Do it again by me, the lost Aspatia ; And you shall find all true but the wild island. Suppose I stand upon the sea-beach now... "
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 101

1908
...likeness as the model of Ariadne's sorrow? Do it by me, Do it again by me, the lost Ascatia, ml you shall find all true but the wild island. Suppose I stand upon the aea-beach now, Mine arms thus, and mine hair blown with the wind, Wild as that desert ; and let all...
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Catullus in English Poetry, Issue 6

Eleanor Shipley Duckett, Gaius Valerius Catullus - 1925 - 192 pages
...are much mistaken, wench; These colours are not dull and pale enough To show a soul so full of misery As this sad lady's was. Do it by me, Do it again by...stand upon the sea-beach now, Mine arms thus, and my hair blown with the wind, Wild as that desert; and let all about me Tell that I am forsaken. Do...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 101

1908
...again by me, the lost Aspatia, And yon shall Hud all true but the wild island. Suppose I stand npon the sea-beach now, Mine arms thus, and mine hair blown with the wind, Wild that desert ; and let all about me Be teachers of my story. Or the pathos of the abandoned Viola...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 101

1908
...own likeness as the model of Ariadne's sor-row? Do it by me, Do it again by me, the lost Asgatia, And you shall find all true but the wild island. Suppose...thus, and mine hair blown with the wind, Wild as that desert; and let all about me Be teachers of my story. Or the pathos of the abandoned Viola ? Woman,...
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Cardenio, Or, The Second Maiden's Tragedy

William Shakespeare, Charles Hamilton, John Fletcher - 1994 - 275 pages
...embroidery by Antiphilia: These colors are not dull and pale enough To show a soul so full of misery As this sad lady's was. Do it by me, Do it again by...me, the lost Aspatia; And you shall find all true by the wild island. Suppose I stand upon the sea-beach now, Mine arms thus, and mine hair blown with...
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A Guide to the Selected Poems of T.S. Eliot

B. C. Southam - 1996 - 267 pages
...//. i8: these lines echo Aspatia's instructions, particularly her words preceding the Epigraph: Suppose I stand upon the sea-beach now, Mine arms...thus, and mine hair blown with the wind, Wild as that desert . . . 'This is a pastiche of Jacobean verse, too skillful to be taken only as parody and too...
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Four Jacobean Sex Tragedies

William Barksted, Lewis Machin, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Thomas Middleton - 1998 - 427 pages
...not dull and pale enough 50 To show a soul so full of misery As this sad lady's was. Do it by me,0 Do it again, by me, the lost Aspatia, And you shall find all true but the wild island.0 Suppose I stand upon the sea beach now, 53 Mine arms thus, and mine hair blown with the wind,...
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Chokecherries: New and Selected Poems, 1966-1999

Peter Klappert - 2000 - 183 pages
...it here, Antiphila .... These colors are not dull and pale enough To show a soul so full of misery As this sad lady's was. Do it by me, Do it again by me .... Strive to make me look Like Sorrow's monument; and the trees about me, Let them be dry and leafless;...
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Chatsworth; Or, The Romance of a Week, Volume 2

Peter George Patmore - 1844
...much mistaken, wench : These colours are not dull and pale enough To show a soul so full of misery As this sad lady's was. Do it by me Do it again,...sea-beach now, Mine arms thus, and mine hair blown by the wind ; Wild as that desert ; and let all about me Tell that I am forsaken. Do my face (If thou...
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The North American Review, Volume 112

1871
...and knew the value of fanciful accessaries. Aspatia thinks the face of Ariadne not sad enough : " Do it by me, Do it again by me, the lost Aspatia,...I stand upon the seabeach now, Mine arms thus, and my hair blown with the wind, Wild as that desert ; and let all about me Be teachers of my story. Do...
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