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" He who far off beholds another dancing, Even one who dances best, and all the time Hears not the music that he dances to, Thinks him a madman, apprehending not The law that rules his else eccentric action. So he that's in himself insensible Of love's... "
Calderon, His Life and Genius: With Specimens of His Plays - Page 108
by Richard Chenevix Trench - 1856 - 233 lehte
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Proverbs of All Nations

1861 - 238 lehte
...rendered by Mr. Fitzgerald, — " He who far off beholds another dancing, Even one who dances heat, and all the time Hears not the music that he dances...The law which moves his else eccentric action; So he that 's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence, misjudges him Who moves according to love's...
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The Patience of Hope

Dora Greenwell - 1862 - 171 lehte
...loftiness of his claims, nor blind the world to the * " He who far off beholds another dancing, Even he who dances best, and all the time Hears not the music...apprehending not The law which moves his else eccentric motion ; So he that 's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence misjudges him Who moves according...
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THE PATIENCE OF HOPE

JOHN G. WHITTIER - 1863
...loftiness of his claims, nor blind the world to the * " He who far off beholds another dancing, Even he who dances best, and all the time Hears not the music...apprehending not The law which moves his else eccentric motion; So he that 's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence misjudges him Who moves according...
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Proverbs of All Nations, Compared, Explained

1861 - 238 lehte
...not themselves been lovers. As Calderon sings, in lines admirably rendered by Mr. Fitzgerald,- — " He who far off beholds another dancing, Even one who...The law which moves his else eccentric action; So he that 's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence, misjudges him Who moves according to love's...
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Uncle John Vassar: Or, The Fight of Faith

Thomas Edwin Vassar - 1879 - 218 lehte
...great perplexity. This will be the inevitable fact. " He who far off beholds another dancing, Even he who dances best, and all the time Hears not the music...apprehending not The law which moves his else eccentric motion ; So he that 's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence, misjudges h'lm Who moves according...
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Life's a dream: The great theatre of the world, from the Span., with an ...

Pedro Calderón de la Barca - 1880
...best, is to be regretted, I think the reader will own after a single quotation from this volume : — ' He who far off beholds another dancing, Even one who...to, Thinks him a madman, apprehending not The law that rules his else eccentric action. So he that's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence,...
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Coming, Or The Golden Year. A Tale

Selina Gaye - 1883
...guide was continually pointing. CHAPTER II. WAIFS. " He who far off beholds another dancing, Even he who dances best, and all the time Hears not the music...apprehending not The law which moves his else eccentric motion. So he that's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence, misjudges him Who moves according...
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Six dramas of Calderon. Suffolk sea phrases

Edward FitzGerald - 1887
...he that cannot love, can be no judge Of him that does. Cel. How so ? Prince. I '11 tell thee, Celio. He who far off beholds another dancing. Even one who...to, Thinks him a madman, apprehending not The law that rules his else eccentric action. So he that 's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence,...
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Letters and Literary Remains of Edward FitzGerald, 2. köide

Edward FitzGerald - 1889
...he that cannot love, can be no judge Of him that does. Cel. How so? Prince. I'll tell thee, Celio. He who far off beholds another dancing, Even one who...to, Thinks him a madman, apprehending not The law that rules his else eccentric action. So he that's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence,...
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Letters and Literary Remains: Euphranor. Six dramas from Calderon. The bird ...

Edward FitzGerald - 1889
...he that cannot love, can be no judge Of him that does. Cel. How so? Prince. I'll tell thee, Celio. He who far off beholds another dancing, Even one who...to, Thinks him a madman, apprehending not The law that rules his else eccentric action. So he that's in himself insensible Of love's sweet influence,...
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