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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 Country and the City

Raymond Williams - 1975 - 335 страници
...essential point: But these are scenes where Nature's niggard hand Gave a spare portion to the famish'd land; Hers is the fault, if here mankind complain...— The wealth around them makes them doubly poor. This is precisely the condition — But starving walks thro' Nature's lavish Stores — which Duck...
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Gambling and Speculation: A Theory, a History, and a Future of Some Human ...

Reuven Brenner, Gabrielle A. Brenner - 1990 - 286 страници
...prospered. Why? Some answers are given as the more detailed story unfolds. 2. Why do people gamble? When Plenty smiles - alas! She smiles for few — And those who taste not, yet behold her store, Are as slaves that dig the golden ore, The wealth around them makes them doubly poor. George Crabbe Why do...
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Antiquitates Renatae

Verena Ehrich-Haefeli - 1998 - 382 страници
...(Contrairement ä Goldsmith, Crabbe en impute la responsabilite avant tout a l'hostilite de la nature: „Her's is the fault if here mankind complain / Of fruitless toil and labour spent in vain" [I, v. 133-134]. L'appauvrissement qui resulta des ,enclosures' est relegue au second plan.") A la...
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Poems

...the poor! 130 But these are scenes where Nature's niggard hand Gave a spare portion to the famish'd land ; Hers is the fault, if here mankind complain...— And those who taste not, yet behold her store, j Are as the slaves that dig the golden ore, ' The wealth around them makes them doubly poor [j] Or...
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The Western Temperance Herald, Том 33, Броеве 1–12

1869
...men out of much of the degradation so well described by Crabbe, in the 1st book of his " Village." " Plenty smiles, alas ! she smiles for few. And those...— The wealth around them makes them doubly poor." The labouring classes are at this period the backbone of the Temperance movement. It has been to them...




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