Fanshawe Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Fanshawe Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Fanshawe Sayings By Catherine Maria Fanshawe: It were a blessed sight to see That child become a willow tree, His brother It were a blessed sight to see That child become a willow tree, His brother trees among. He'd be four times as tall as me, And live three times as long. — Catherine Maria Fanshawe
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Fanshawe Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Amid the worry of a self- condemnatory soliloquy, his demeanour seemed grave, perhaps cold, both Amid the worry of a self- condemnatory soliloquy, his demeanour seemed grave, perhaps cold, both to me and his mother. And yet there was no bad feeling, no malice, no rancour, no littleness in his countenance, beautiful with a man's best beauty, even in its depression. When I placed his chair at the table, which I hastened to do, anticipating the servant, and when I handed him his tea, which I did with trembling care, he said: "Thank you, Lucy," in as kindly a tone of his full pleasant voice as ever my ear welcomed. — Charlotte Bronte
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Fanshawe Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Your dress is thin, you have been dancing, you are heated." "Always preaching," retorted she; Your dress is thin, you have been dancing, you are heated." "Always preaching," retorted she; "always coddling and admonishing." The answer Dr. John would have given did not come; that his heart was hurt became evident in his eye; darkened, and saddened, and pained, he turned a little aside, but was patient. — Charlotte Bronte
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Fanshawe Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Many a time since have I noticed, in persons of Ginevra Fanshawe's light, careless temperament, Many a time since have I noticed, in persons of Ginevra Fanshawe's light, careless temperament, and fair, fragile style of beauty, an entire incapacity to endure: they seem to sour in adversity, like small beer in thunder. — Charlotte Bronte
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Fanshawe Sayings By Naomi Novik: . . . though if Fanshawe had not spoken in so unbecoming a way, Laurence . . . though if Fanshawe had not spoken in so unbecoming a way, Laurence would have liked to keep Carver out of it, as he knew the boy had a poor head for heights, which struck him as a grave impediment for an aviator. — Naomi Novik
Fanshawe Sayings By Don DeLillo: It was May of my senior year at Leighton Gage and on Tuesday and Thursday It was May of my senior year at Leighton Gage and on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons we sat in an air-conditioned hourglass and savored our own total incomprehension as an assistant professor charted the poems of Dryden, Lovelace, Fanshawe and Suckling. They were all so incomparably dead, the Penguin poets, and we loved them because their lines meant less to us than the dark side of the moon. — Don DeLillo
Fanshawe Sayings By Catherine Maria Fanshawe: Twas in heaven pronounced - it was muttered in hell, / And echo caught faintly Twas in heaven pronounced - it was muttered in hell, / And echo caught faintly the sound as it fell; / On the confines of earth 'twas permitted to rest, / And the depth of the ocean its presence confessed. / Yet in shade let it rest, like a delicate flower, / Ah, breathe on it softly, it dies in an hour. — Catherine Maria Fanshawe