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The works of ... lord Byron - Page 154
by George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1815
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 2

English literature - 1814
...as the clearness of idea uo le«s tbîW the ¿pint o^ the poetry warrant so long au extract. •** There was in him a vital scorn of all; As if the worst...could befall He stood a -stranger in this breathing worjd, An erring spirit from another hurled ; A thing of dark imaginings, that shaped« By choice the...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

Books - 1814
...scorning to redeem Or doubt from others half withheld esteem ; In self-inflicted penance of a breast Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest ;...grief that would compel The soul to hate for having lov'd too well.' — • Too high for common selfishness, he could At times resign his own for others'...
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Lara,: A Tale. Jacqueline, a Tale

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Samuel Rogers - Booksellers' advertisements - 1814 - 128 pages
...scorning to redeem One doubt from others half withheld esteem; In self-inflicted penance of a breast scy Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest;...grief that would compel The soul to hate for having lov'd too well. xvnr. There was in him a vital scorn of aH: As if the worst had fall'n which could...
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Lara, a tale [by lord Byron]. Jacqueline, a tale [by S. Rogers].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1814
...scorning to redeem One doubt from others half withheld esteem; In self-inflicted penance of a breast 309 Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest)...grief that would compel The soul to hate for having lov'd too well. • XVIH. There was in him a vital scorn of all : As if the worst had fall'n which...
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The Monthly Review

1814
...scorning to redeem Or doubt from others half withheld esteem ; In self-inflicted penance of a breast Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest;...grief that would compel The soul to hate for having lov'd too well.' — At times resign his own for others' good, .:: But not in pity, not because he...
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The Giaour: A Fragment of a Turkish Tale

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - English poetry - 1814 - 75 pages
...esteem ; In self-inflicted penance of a breast Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest ; 3 10 In vigilance of grief that would compel The soul to hate for having lov'd too well. XVIII. There was in him a vital scorn of all : As if the worst had fall'n which could...
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Lara, a tale

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1817
...grief that would compel •/••i,• /iT.* .' The soul to hate for having lov'd too well. ,.- -x XVIII. There was in him a vital scorn of all :. '. As if the worst had, falTn which could befall, He stood a stranger in this breathing world, An erring spirit from another...
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The works of lord Byron, Volume 2

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1820
...scorning to redeem One doubt from others half withheld esteem ; In self-inflicted penance of a breast Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest ; In vigilance of grief that would compel 31 1 The soul to hate for having loved too well. XVIII. There was in him a vital scorn of all : As...
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Lord Byron's Works, Volumes 1-2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - English literature - 1821
...self-inflicted pen.-mce of a breast Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest ; la vigilsnce of grief that would compel The soul to hate for having loved loo well. XVIII. There was in him a vital scorn of all : As if the worst had fall'ii which could befall,...
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The works of lord Byron, comprehending the suppressed poems, Volumes 5-6

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1822
...scorning to redeem One doubt from others' half withheld esteem ; In self-inflicted penance of a breast Which tenderness might once have wrung from rest ; In vigilance of grief that would compel 3 1 1 The soul to hate for having loved too well. XVIII. There was in him a vital scorn of all : As...
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