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" Where shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I will never feel them. Italy, Thy late reviving Roman soul desponds Beneath the lie this state-thing breathed o'er thee. Thy clanking chain and Erin's yet green wounds Have voices, tongues to cry aloud... "
Lord Byron's Life in Italy - Страница 14
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Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life, Том 15

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1833
...as to wit, Fearless — because no feeling dwells in ice, Its very courage stagnates to a vice. XVI. Where shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I...— Italy ! Thy late reviving Roman soul desponds [thee — Beneath the lie this State-thing breathed o'er Thy clanking chain, and Erin's yet green wounds,...

The National standard, of literature, science, music [&c.] ed. by F.W ..., Том 1

Frederick William N. Bayley - 1833
...wit, Fearless — because no feeling dwells in ice. Its very courage stagnates to a vice. 16. VVhere shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I will never/eei them; — Italy ! Thy late reviving Koman soul desponds Beneath the lie this state -thing...

The works of lord Byron: with his letters and journals, and his life ..., Том 15

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1835
...as to wit, Fearless—because no feeling dwells in ice, Its very courage stagnates to a vice. XVI. Where shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I will never feel them;—Italy! Thy late reviving Roman soul desponds [thee— Beneath the lie this State-thing breathed...

Don Juan, Том 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1849
...as to wit, Fearless — because no feeling dwells in ice, Its very courage stagnates to a vice. XIV. Where shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I...desponds Beneath the lie this State-thing breathed o'er thec — Thy clanking chain, and Erin's yet green wounds, Have voices — tongues to cry aloud for...

Don Juan, with notes. Complete ed

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1857
...courage stagnates to a vice. XVI. Where shall I turn me not to vi,siD its bonds, For I will never fee? them ? — Italy ! Thy late reviving Roman soul desponds Beneath the lie this State-thing breathed o'er theeThy clanking chain, and Erin's yet green wounds, Have voices — tongues to cry aloud for me. Europe...

The Works of Lord Byron, Част 12

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1843
...For the character of Eutropius. the eunuch and minister at the court of Arcadius, see Gibbon. XVI. Where shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I...Roman soul desponds Beneath the lie this State-thing breath'd o'er thee — Thy clanking chain, and Erin's yet green wounds Have voices — tongues to cry...

Don Juan

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1865
...as to wit, Fearless — because no feeling dwells in ice, Its very courage stagnates to a vice. XVI. Where shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I...armies still, And Southey lives to sing them very ill. XVII. Meantime — Sir Laureate — I proceed to dedicate, In honest simple verse, this song to...

The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, Том 7, Част 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1873
...no feeling dwells in ice, Its very courage stagnates to a vice. Where shall I turn me not to vieio its bonds, For I will never feel them ; — Italy...desponds Beneath the lie this State-thing breathed o'er thce Thy clanking chain, and Erin's yet green wounds, Have voices — tongues to cry aloud for me....

The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, Том 7

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1873
...wisdom as to wit, Fearless — because no feeling dwells in ice, Its very courage stagnates to a vice. Where shall I turn me not to view its bonds, For I will never feel them ; — Italy I Thy late reviving Roman soul desponds Beneath the lie this State-thing breathed o'er thoe Thy clanking...

The poetical works of lord Byron. Repr. with life, notes &c. 'Albion' ed

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1881
...the lie this State-thing breathed o'er thee — [wounds, Thy clanking chain, and F.rin's yet green nor why she left behind Her all for one who seem'd but little kind. Why did she love aimies still, And Southey lives to sing them very ill. XVII. Meantime, Sir laureate, I proceed to dedicate,...




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