Otsing Pildid Maps YouTube Uudised Gmail Drive Kalender
Logi sisse
Raamatud Books
" Sir, though (I thank God for it) I do hate Perfectly all this town, yet there's one state In all ill things so excellently best, That hate towards them breeds pity towards the rest. "
The Works of Alexander Pope: Satires, &c - Page 180
by Alexander Pope - 1757
Full view - About this book

Robert Southey: The Story of His Life Written in His Letters

Robert Southey - 1887 - 443 lehte
...at nine o'clock. I have inherited his punctuality and his drowsiness. » Donne's words are, " Sir, though I thank God for it, I do hate perfectly all this town." — Satire i. — ED. To the same. Nov. 21, 1796. When do I come to London? A plain question. I cannot...
Full view - About this book

Poems, 2. köide

John Donne - 1896
...no Directly came to me, hanging the head, And constantly a while must keep his bed. SATIRE II. Sir, though — I thank God for it — I do hate Perfectly all this town, yet there's one state In all ill things so excellently best, That hate toward them breeds pity towards the rest. Though...
Full view - About this book

Poems of John Donne, 2. köide

John Donne - 1896
...10 Directly came to me, hanging the head, And constantly a while must keep his bed. SATIRE II. Sir, though — I thank God for it — I do hate Perfectly all this town, yet there's one state In all ill things so excellently best, That hate toward them breeds pity towards the rest. Though...
Full view - About this book

Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - 1897 - 329 lehte
...though all thy companions should make thee Jointures, and marry thy dear company. r From Satire II. SIR, though — I thank God for it — I do hate Perfectly all this town, yet there's one state In all ill things so excellently best, That hate toward them breeds pity towards the rest. Though...
Full view - About this book

Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - 1897 - 329 lehte
...though all thy companions should make thee Jointures, and marry thy dear company. From Satire II. SIR, though — I thank God for it — I do hate Perfectly all this town, yet there's one state In all ill things so excellently best, That hate toward them breeds pity towards the rest. Though...
Full view - About this book

The Works of Sir John Suckling in Prose and Verse

Sir John Suckling - 1910 - 424 lehte
...Since there's no help,' etc. 1. 9. /'// halt so perfectly] Cf. Donne, Satire II., 11. i, 2 : 'Sir, though— I thank God for it— I do hate Perfectly all this town.' THE CARELESS LOVER. 1. 6. know if] knows it, early edd. 11. 15, etc. Cf. the fifth stanza of the song...
Full view - About this book

The Mummers' Play

Reginald John Elliott Tiddy, Rupert Spens Thompson, David Randall Pye - 1923 - 257 lehte
...though he makes the most of his natural stock and hugs close his scorn of mankind. When he says, " Sir, though — I thank God for it — I do hate perfectly all this town," he tells the mere truth, and in him alone of his 1 Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1912. times does the hatred...
Full view - About this book

T. S. Eliot: A Symposium

Tambimuttu, Richard March - 1965 - 259 lehte
...passages of verse in a conversational tone, one by Donne, the other by Pope, rewriting him: (Donne) Sir, though (I thank God for it) I do hate Perfectly all this town; yet there's one state In all things so excellently best, That hate towards them breeds pity towards the rest. Though...
Limited preview - About this book

Selected Poetry

John Donne - 1998 - 265 lehte
...from me Violently ravished to his lechery. Many were there, he could command no more; Satire 2 Sir; though (I thank God for it) I do hate Perfectly all this town, yet there's one state In all ill things so excellently best, That hate, towards them, breeds pity towards the rest....
Limited preview - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF