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" Gertrude felt her heart drop beneath the oppressive gloom which surrounded her, and thought even actual suffering must be preferable to this total stagnation of all enjoyment. But, — " All human things a day In darkness sinks — a day to light restores."... "
The tragedies of Sophocles - Page 248
by Sophocles - 1813 - 408 pages
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The tragedies of Sophocles translated [by R. Potter].

Sophocles - 1808
...mine. For all that live, I see, are nothing more Than phantons forai'd of air, and shadows light. MIN. Hast thou a sense of this ? .Against the gods Utter...obey, When with success and glory thou art crown'd M y heart beats high with joy : but when the hand Of angry Jove afflicts thee, or thy fame Greece taints...
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The inheritance, Volume 2

Susan Ferrier - 1824
...thought even actual suffering must be preferable to this total stagnation of all enjoyment. But, " All human things a day In darkness sinks — a day to light restores." It was drawing towards the close of a day, when the snow had fallen wijjnut intermission, but was BOW...
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The inheritance, by the author of Marriage, Volume 2

Susan Edmonstone Ferrier - 1825
...thought even actual suffering must be preferable to this total stagnation of all enjoyment. But, — " All human things a day In darkness sinks — a day to light restores." It was drawing towards the close of a day, when the snow had fallen without intermission, but was now...
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The inheritance, by the author of Marriage. By the author of 'Marriage ...

Susan Edmonstone Ferrier - 1841
...thought even actual suffering must be preferable to this total stagnation of all enjoyment. But, .... All human things a day In darkness sinks — a day to light restores. It was drawing towards the close of a day when the snow had fallen without intermission, but was now...
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Beautiful thoughts from Greek authors, with Engl. transl. and lives of the ...

Craufurd Tait Ramage - 1864
...TrXtv атгаста TavOpwireta' TOUS Se ffutppovas eol 0iXoO<ri /ca ffTvyoSffi TOUS KUKOUS. Hast thou a sense of this ? Against the gods Utter...modest mind — The arrogant and impious they abhor. OUR OWN Ins. Ajax, 260. те yip et<T\e<rff(iv Vea rddrj, 4XXou тгаратг/нЦагто*,...
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Novels, Volume 4

Susan Ferrier - 1894
...thought even actual suffering must be preferable to this total stagnation of all enjoyment. But, . . . . All human things a day In darkness sinks — a day to light restore!. It was drawing towards the close of a day when the snow had fallen without intermission,...
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The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature ..., Volume 22

Richard Garnett - Anthologies - 1899
...and thought even actual suffering must be preferable to this total stagnation of all enjoyment. But, All human things a day In darkness sinks — a day to light restores. It was drawing towards the close of a day when the snow had fallen without intermission, but was now...
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