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Don Juan (2)

George Gordon Byron Byron

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Paperback. 60 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.Ce livre historique peut contenir de nombreuses coquilles et du texte manquant. Les acheteurs peuvent gnralement tlcharger une copie gratuite scanne du livre original (sans les coquilles) auprs de lditeur. Non rfrenc. Non illustr. 1832 edition. Extrait: . . . drilld away in the most classic Russian, Until each high, heroic bosom burnd For cash and conquest, as if from a cushion A preacher had held forth (who nobly spurnd All earthly goods save tithes) and bade them push on To slay the Pagans who resisted, battering The armies of the Christian Empress Catherine. LXV. Johnson, who knew by this long colloquy Himself a favourite, ventured to address Suwarrow, though engaged with accents high In his resumed amusement. I confess My debt in being thus allowd to die Among the foremost; but if youd express Explicitly our several posts, my friend And self would know what duty to attend. --LXVI. Right! I was busy, and forgot. Why, you Will join your former regiment, which should be Now under arms. Ho! KatskofF, take him to-- (Here he called up a Polish orderly)-- His post, I mean the regiment Nikolaiew. The stranger stripling may remain with me; Hes a fine boy. The women may be sent To the other baggage, or to the sick tent. LXVII. But here a sort of scene began to ensue: The ladies, --who by. no means had been bred To be disposed of in a way so new, Although their haram education led Doubtless to that of doctrines the most true, Passive obedience, --now raised up the head, With flashing eyes and starting tears, and flung Their arms, as hens their wings about their young, LXVIII. Oer the promoted couple of brave men Who were thus honourd by the greatest Chief That ever peopled Hell with heroes slain, Or plunged a province or a realm in grief. Oh, foolish mortals! always taught in vain! Oh, glorious laurel! since for one sole leaf Of thine. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781230200736

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Title: Don Juan (2)

Publisher: Theclassics.Us

Binding: Paperback

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Ce livre historique peut contenir de nombreuses coquilles et du texte manquant. Les acheteurs peuvent généralement télécharger une copie gratuite scannée du livre original (sans les coquilles) auprès de l'éditeur. Non référencé. Non illustré. 1832 edition. Extrait: ...drill'd away in the most classic Russian, Until each high, heroic bosom burn'd For cash and conquest, as if from a cushion A preacher had held forth (who nobly spurn'd All earthly goods save tithes) and bade them push on To slay the Pagans who resisted, battering The armies of the Christian Empress Catherine. LXV. Johnson, who knew by this long colloquy Himself a favourite, ventured to address Suwarrow, though engaged with accents high In his resumed amusement. I confess My debt in being thus allow'd to die Among the foremost; but if you'd express Explicitly our several posts, my friend And self would know what duty to attend. --LXVI. Right! I was busy, and forgot. Why, you Will join your former regiment, which should be Now under arms. Ho! KatskofF, take him to-- (Here he called up a Polish orderly)-- His post, I mean the regiment Nikolaiew. The stranger stripling may remain with me; He's a fine boy. The women may be sent To the other baggage, or to the sick tent. LXVII. But here a sort of scene began to ensue: The ladies,--who by.no means had been bred To be disposed of in a way so new, Although their haram education led Doubtless to that of doctrines the most true, Passive obedience,--now raised up the head, With flashing eyes and starting tears, and flung Their arms, as hens their wings about their young, LXVIII. O'er the promoted couple of brave men Who were thus honour'd by the greatest Chief That ever peopled Hell with heroes slain, Or plunged a province or a realm in grief. Oh, foolish mortals! always taught in vain! Oh, glorious laurel! since for one sole leaf Of thine...

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