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" Plenty smiles — alas! she smiles for few— And those who taste not, yet behold her store, Are as the slaves that dig the golden ore, The wealth around them makes them doubly poor. "
Poems - Страница 10
по George Crabbe - 1812
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The Life and Poetical Works of George Crabbe

George Crabbe - 1901 - 584 страници
...from the poor !w But these are scenes where Nature's niggard hand Gave a spare portion to the famisb'd land ; Hers is the fault, if here mankind complain...vain ; But yet in other scenes more fair in view, When plenty smiles — alas ! she smiles for few — And those who taste not, yet behold her store,...

Poems, Том 1

George Crabbe - 1905
...away ; When the sad tenant weeps from door to door, And begs a poor protection from the poor ! 130 But these are scenes where Nature's niggard hand Gave...ore, The wealth around them makes them doubly poor [J] Or will you deem them amply paid in health, 140 Labour's fair child, that languishes with wealth...

Poetical Works

George Crabbe - 1908 - 600 страници
...fairer and kinder, but the beauty of Nature is of no avail to make the life of the peasant easier. But yet in other scenes, more fair in view, Where...ore, The wealth around them makes them doubly poor. The true character of the life of the peasant is better reflected in the harsh, unlovely aspect of...

Land Reform: Occupying Ownership, Peasant Proprietary, and Rural Education

Jesse Collings - 1908 - 452 страници
...doubt led later writers — Carlyle and others— to deal with the subject. Crabbc's village is a place "Where Plenty smiles— alas ! she smiles for few...ore, The wealth around them makes them doubly poor." At the time Goldsmith wrote the process was becoming more and more rapid by which the real peasantry...

Land reform. New, and popular ed

Jesse Collings - 1908
...led later writers — Carlyle and others— to deal with the subject. Crabbe's village is a place " Where Plenty smiles— alas ! she smiles for few —...ore, The wealth around them makes them doubly poor." At the time Goldsmith wrote the process was becoming more and more rapid by which the real peasantry...

Century Readings for a Course in English Literature, Том 2

John William Cunliffe, James Francis Augustine Pyre, Karl Young - 1910 - 966 страници
...portion to the famished land; Hers is the fault, if here mankind complain Of fruitless toil and labor When Plenty smiles — alas! she smiles for few — » 36 And those who taste not, yet behold her store,...

British Poems, from "Canterbury Tales" to "Recessional"

Percy Adams Hutchison - 1912 - 537 страници
...from the poor"! But these are scenes where Nature's niggard hand Gave a spare portion to the famished land; Hers is the fault, if here mankind complain...in vain; But yet in other scenes more fair in view, When Plenty smiles — alas! she smiles for few — And those who taste not, yet behold her store,...

The Village Labourer, 1760-1832: A Study in the Government of England Before ...

John Lawrence Hammond, Barbara Bradby Hammond - 1913 - 418 страници
...particularly poignant impression of the cold and friendless atmosphere that surrounded the poor : ' Where Plenty smiles, alas ! she smiles for few, And...golden ore, The wealth around them makes them doubly poor.'2 Perhaps the most vivid account of the change is given in a letter from Cobbett in the Political...

The Poetical Works of George Crabbe

George Crabbe - 1914 - 600 страници
...from the poor ! But these are scenes where Nature'sniggard hand Gave a spare portion to the famish'd land ; Hers is the fault, if here mankind complain...she smiles for few — And those who taste not, yet beb.<M\i<« «tot«. Are as the slaves that a\g ftve £o\o.«v ote, — The wealth around them makes...

The English Village: A Literary Study, 1750-1850

Julia Patton - 1918 - 236 страници
...where Nature is generous and Plenty smiles, still he finds a shadow over the land. Nature smiles only for few, — "And those who taste not, yet behold...— The wealth around them makes them doubly poor." And as for the health that is commonly supposed to atone for the peasant's lack of wealth, Crabbe leaves...




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