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" ... nature, without the strength of nerve which forms a hero, sinks beneath a burden which it cannot bear and must not cast away. All duties are holy for him; the present is too hard. Impossibilities have been required of him ; not in themselves impossibilities,... "
The Monthly Review - Страница 99
1842
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Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship: A Novel, Том 2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Thomas Carlyle - 1824 - 294 страници
...have been required of him; not in themselves impossibilities, but such for him. He winds, and turns, and torments himself; he advances and recoils; is...thoughts; yet still without recovering his peace of mind." CHAPTER XIV. t SEVERAL people entering interrupted the discussion. They were musical dilettanti, who...

The North American Review, Том 41

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1835
...other characters. In his fine critique upon this play, he remarks, " To me it is clear that Shakspeare meant, in the present case, to represent the effects...to mark the characters of Lear, Romeo, Othello and Macheth. The character in Shakspeare, which appears in some points to approach nearest to the subjects...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 37

1835
...Impossibilities have been required of him ; not in themselves impossibilities, but such for him. He turns, and winds, and torments himself: he advances and recoils,...: yet still without recovering his peace of mind." This is finely thought and imagined, but it gives too favourable an impression of Hamlet's character,...

Poems: Now First Collected

Chandos Leigh - 1839 - 402 страници
...have been required of him ; not in themselves impossibilities, but such for him. He winds and turns and torments himself; he advances and recoils ; is...yet still without recovering his peace of mind.'* P. 51,1.3. One like a meteor—Nations gazed, admired. Byron. P. 53, 1. 4. Each gentle verse that Pope...

A Selection from the Writings of Henry R. Cleveland: With a Memoir

Henry Russell Cleveland, George Stillman Hillard - 1844 - 384 страници
...other characters. In his fine critique upon this play he remarks, " To me it is clear that Shakspeare meant, in the present case, to represent the effects...Lear, Romeo, Othello, and Macbeth. The character in Shakspeare, which appears in some points to approach nearest to the subjects of ancient drama, is Lady...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Francis Jeffrey - 1846
...have been required of him ; not in themselves impossibilities, but such for him. He winds, and turns, and torments himself; he advances and recoils ; is...still without recovering his peace of mind.'" There is nothing so good as this in any of our own commentators — nothing at once so poetical, so feeling,...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Том 1

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846 - 733 страници
...have been required of him; not in themselves impossibilities, but such for him. He winds, and turns, and torments himself; he advances and recoils ; is...yet still without recovering his peace of mind.'" The players, with our hero at their head, now travel across the country, rehearsing, lecturing, squabbling,...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846 - 762 страници
...have been required of him ; not in themselves impossibilities, but such for him. He winds, and turns, and torments himself; he advances and recoils; is...purpose from his thoughts; yet still without recovering bis peace of mind. There is nothing so good as this in any of our own commentators — nothing at once...

Remarks on the Moral Influence of Shakspeare's Plays: With Illustrations ...

Thomas Grinfield - 1850 - 48 страници
...: the present is too hard. He winds, and turns, and torments himself: he advances and recoils : he is ever put in mind, ever puts himself in mind : at...does all but lose his purpose from his thoughts, yet without recovering his peace of mind." Coleridge has these fine remarks :—" One of Shakspeare's modes...

The Modern British Essayists: Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions to the ...

1852
...themselves impossibilities, but such for him. He winds, and turns, and .torments himself; he ad rant« and recoils ; is ever put in mind, ever puts himself...from his thoughts; yet still without recovering his peac* of mind. " There is nothing so good as this in any of our own commentators—nothing at once...




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