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" Pain and grief Are transitory things, no less than joy ; And though they leave us not the men we were, Yet they do leave us. You behold me here, A man bereaved, with something of a blight Upon the early blossoms of his life, And its first verdure —... "
Philip Van Artevelde: A Dramatic Romance - Página 298
por Sir Henry Taylor - 1834
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Philip Van Artevelde: A Dramatic Romance, in Two Parts, Volumen1

Sir Henry Taylor - 1835
...any other." — Froissart, vol. ii., chap. cxxiv. PART II., Act III., Scene III., Page-**- (, " Pain and grief Are transitory things no less than joy, And though they leave us not the men vie were, Yet they do leave us. You behold me here A man bereaved, with something of a blight Upon...
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The Belle of the Family; Or, The Jointure: A Novel

Elizabeth Caroline Grey - 1843
...expression so commonly used of ' you'll get over this,' and yet bir William Crewe was right — Pain and grief, Are transitory things, no less than joy....leave us, not the men we were, Yet they do leave us. " After all," continued Sir William, with the laudable wish of consoling his friend after his own fashion,...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen88

1866
...another shape Than that she bore on earth. Well, well, — she's gone, And I have tamed my sorrow. Pain and grief Are transitory things no less than joy,...something of a blight Upon the early blossoms of his life Anil its first verdure, having not the lesa A living root, and drawing; from the earth Its vital juices,...
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The Dial, Volumen4

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, George Ripley - 1844
...turn and head me, should not strain The seeming silken texture of this tie. And not less with Pain and grief Are transitory things no less than joy ;...leave us not the men we were, Yet they do leave us. With the admirable passages that follow. The delicate touches, with which Elena is made to depict her...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen32

1852
...•••,'! they leave us not the men we were-. Yet i i' • :„ leaie us. You behold me here A m i. t bereaved, with something of a blight Upon the early blossoms of his life Antl its first verdure, having not the less A living root, drawing from the earth Its vit.il juices,...
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Papers on literature and art, Parte1

Sarah Margaret Ossoli (march.) - 1846
...head me, should not strain The seeming silken texture of this tie. And not less with Pain and grief An transitory things no less than joy ; And though they...leave us not the men we were, Yet they do leave us. With the admirable passages that follow. The delicate touches, with which Elena is made to depict her...
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Papers on Literature and Art, Volúmenes1-2

Margaret Fuller - 1846
...me, should not strain The seeming silken texture of this tie. And not less with Pain and grief Axe transitory things no less than joy ; And though they...leave us not the men we were, Yet they do leave us. With the admirable passages that follow. The delicate touches, with which Elena is made to depict her...
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Papers on Literature and Art, Volúmenes1-2

Margaret Fuller - 1846
...seeming silken texture of this tie. And not less with Pain and grief Are transitory things no lesg than joy ; And though they leave us not the men we were, Yet they do leave us. With the admirable passages that follow. The delicate touches, with which Elena is made to depict her...
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Papers on Literature and Art

Margaret Fuller - 1848
...turn and head me, should not strain The seeming silken texture of this tie. And not less with Pain and grief Are transitory things no less than joy;...leave us not the men we were, Yet they do leave us. With the admirable passages that follow. The delicate touches, with which Elena is made to depict her...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen25

1851
...with his wooing thus: — " Artec. . . . Well, well — she's gone, And I have tamed my sorrow. Pain and grief Are transitory things no less than joy,...first verdure, having not the less A living root, drawing from the earth Its vital juices, from lhe air its powers: And surely as man's health and strength...
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