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  • her shall never find: Occasion once past by, is bald behind. Abraham Cowley, Pyramus and Thisbe, XV. Rem tibi quam nosces aptam dimittere noli; Fronte
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  • without a native home, Is nothing but a prison of larger room. Abraham Cowley, To the Bishop of Lincoln, line 27. I am far frae my hame, an' I'm weary
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  • 56 (quoting Apollonius). Words that weep and tears that speak. Abraham Cowley, The Prophet, Stanza 2. And the tear that is wiped with a little address
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  • Now does always last. Abraham Cowley, Davideis, Book I, line 361 His time's forever, everywhere his place. Abraham Cowley, Friendship in Absence, Stanza
    174 KB (24,098 words) - 12:26, 14 April 2016
  • have escaped former observation. The Life of Cowley Language is the dress of thought. The Life of Cowley Self-confidence is the first requisite to great
    76 KB (11,328 words) - 13:02, 17 May 2016
  • Abraham Cowley, Martial. Lib, II. XC. His faith, perhaps, in some nice tenets might Be wrong; his life, I'm sure, was in the right. Abraham Cowley, On the
    139 KB (19,858 words) - 14:03, 18 May 2016
  • shall I do to be forever known, And make the age to come my own? Abraham Cowley, The Motto, line 1. Who fears not to do ill yet fears the name, And free
    28 KB (4,418 words) - 01:26, 5 November 2015
  • but the greatest of these is charity." It is also comparable with Abraham Cowley, On the Death of Crashaw: "His faith, perhaps, in some nice tenets might
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  • speech of no one man; Sandburg was the first to thesaurize them. Malcolm Cowley, "Two American Poets," The Dial, Vol.73 (1922) The Sandburg heaven is nothing
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  • of all ills that men endure, The only cheap and universal cure. Abraham Cowley, The Mistress, For Hope When faith and hope fail, as they do sometimes
    57 KB (7,208 words) - 16:38, 25 March 2016
  • its inferior links Both Goddesses and Gods. Homer, The Iliad, Book 8. Cowley's translation. See also in Milton—Paradise Lost, Book II. I. 1004; 1. 1050
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  • is — but if you say so yourself you feel like a shit. Letter to Malcolm Cowley (17 October 1945); published in Ernest Hemingway: Selected Letters 1917–1961
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  • in a translation. of Rabelais—Pantagruel, Book IV, Chapter LV. Also in Cowley—Cutter of Coleman Street, pub. 1663, performed, 1661. "By the living Jingo"
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  • of all pains, the greatest pain Is to love, but love in vain. Abraham Cowley, Translation of Anacreontic Odes, VII. Gold. (Anacreon's authorship doubted)
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  • at a body shop to arrest a businessman named Malcolm Cowley for a hit-and-run death] Malcolm Cowley: Is there a problem? Capt. Stottlemeyer: I was reading
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