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  • Deity (redirect The Gods)
    above Why Jove's satellites are less than Jove. Alexander Pope, Essay on Man, I. 42. Of the Gods some are of the world, cosmic, and some above the
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  • Alexander III (late July, 356 BC – 10 June 323 BC) was the Ruler of Macedon, and creator of an empire that included Greece, Persia, Egypt, and many regions
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  • Alexander Pope (21 May 1688 – 30 May 1744) is considered one of the greatest English poets of the eighteenth century. See also An Essay on Criticism (1711)
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  • his fate. Alcmene, Frag. 100. Waste not fresh tears over old griefs. Alexander Frag. 44. Sweet is the remembrance of troubles when you are in safety
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  • was a poetic interpretation of the original Homeric poem undertaken by Alexander Pope, published in 1725. It followed Pope's successful publication of
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  • gods contend in vain. Against stupidity gods themselves contend in vain. With stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain. With stupidity the gods themselves
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  • was a poetic interpretation of the original Homeric poem undertaken by Alexander Pope, published serially from 1715 to 1720. It was followed by Pope's
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  • New Testament, Vol. 29, No. 4 (June 2007). Then he will talk—good gods! how he will talk! Act i., Sc. 3. "It would talk,— Lord! how it talked!"
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  • given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the realm or the gods or love. Illusions. Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is
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  • Alexander Pope, The Iliad, 1727. We acknowledge him the father of poetical diction, the first who taught that language of the gods to men. Alexander
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  • are arranged alphabetically by author Instinct is untaught ability. Alexander Bain, The Senses and the Intellect (1855), p. 256; in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia
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  • stand before the gods and be worthy of their love. And worthy to rule Rome! Greek factions: Greeks could rule the world. Alexander did. He took a Greek
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  • Fortune Of Alexander, I, 4, 328B Loeb, F.C. Babbitt Yet through Alexander (the Great) Bactria and the Caucasus learned to revere the gods of the Greeks
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  • be happy is to make others so. Robert G. Ingersoll, "The Gods" (1876) as published in The Gods and Other Lectures (1879). Perfect happiness I believe
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  • XXXI, 29.15. Yet through Alexander (the Great) Bactria and the Caucasus learned to revere the gods of the Greeks … Alexander established more than seventy
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  • would be Angels, Angels would be Gods. Aspiring to be Gods if Angels fell, Aspiring to be Angels men rebel. Alexander Pope, An Essay on Man (1733-34)
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  • that can woo him aside — will be a weak and wretched man till he dies. Alexander Maclaren, p. 187 In such a world as this, with such hearts as ours, weakness
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  • tires our wandring Eyes, Hills peep o'er Hills, and Alps on Alps arise! Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism (1711), Part II, line 32, line 225. Mountains
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  • reach perfection in a day, no matter how much study is put upon them. Alexander Graham Bell, Bell Telephone Talk, Interview with Bell published in How
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  • of the case of John Wilkes (1770). And deal damnation round the land. Alexander Pope, The Universal Prayer, Stanza 7. The powers that be are ordained
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