Other confirming facts concur in testimony, as well in the sonnets as in the plays, and in the words of rivals and contemporaries. Considering the vast fields in the past that remained unattempted, that fresh domains are being added in every generation, that the subject-matter is as wide as human nature in all time, and that nothing is so small as to be despised, nothing so great as to be left unessayed by the historian, it may surely be anticipated that history is bound to occupy more and more thought, and to be more clearly and fully understood as time goes on.
His crea- tions stand breast-high with those of the Old and New Testa- ments, and when we have torn from the writers of the Bible their Moses, Isaiah, and Ecclesiastes, their evangelists and teachings of the sacred The preventible ending of othello, we may then, and then only, be ready to deny his Hamlet and his Lear, his tender Imogen and moralizing Jaques, his gallery of Romans and the star-eyed Egyptian, to the poor player who lived and died, was buried, and who has come down to us as William Shakespeare.
It is, however, in the loftiest results of science, its insight into law, that the mind has to look for its noblest satisfaction; and it is by showing itself to be inexhaustible that science must retain its ascendency.
The first steps, that were the most difficult, have been made, and it looks as if nothing were now needed but to enter in and possess the promised land. In Hamlet or Beatrice or Macbeth we pass from one phase of thought to another, and filial sentiment or noble indignation is played off against speculative philosophy, or the woman is shown in sunshine or in storm, or the irresolute man capable of guilt is contrasted with the criminal seared by the enjoyment of power.
I have been a good deal of a traveler, and have seen all parts of this world, but I have never visited any other. The attempt to unite Bacon with Lord Southampton in friendship is a violation of decency, especially at any time of his life, subsequent to the death of his friend and relative, Essex, whose trial and condemnation were the infamy of that Bacon who owed his public advancement to his bounty, and whose conduct, both at the trial and after the grave had closed upon the unfortunate Earl, has drawn down upon the Philosophers head that withering denunciation of Lord Macaulay which will cling to Bacon when the Shakespeare myth shall have been forgotten.
As we can trace advance hitherto, why should it not be continued in the future? A law without a penalty for its violation is no law. Jeuckes opened the war upon them in You confess indeed to a faint hope, and admit a bare possibility, that there may be another life, though you are in an uncertainty about it that is altogether bewildering and desperate.
In this very Reply Henry W. I find that the ancients, as Cicero, Demosthenes, Plinus and others, have presented both their orations and epistles. My faith is very simple; it revolves around two words: We might go a step farther, and say that perhaps heaven it- self has not only its lights but its shadows, in the reflections that must come even there.
But the fame of them penetrates where their author cannot go. Until November,when he was elected Mayor of Buffalobut thirty-six months before his election as PresidentMr. What the State does, and does admirably in its way, tends almost entirely to make its citizens more perfect parts of the political machine.
His official experience, when made President, had been far less than that of any one of his predecessors. Still, the most effective parts of the so-called drama are the passages of self-questioning monologue or declamation and the purely lyrical pieces.
The shoe is too small; at home, the true bride is waiting thy call. No interpretation of the events that have led up to the disaster is given, or even promised. Doubtless you think it unanswerable, and so it will seem to those who are predisposed to your way of think- ing.
What happens to buck at the end of the story? In accepting the trust, the Reverend Bishop, while doing justice to Bacons oratorical l owers, plainly intimates that his fame would not be raised by the publication of his letters, a criticism in which Lord Campbell, who quotes the above in his Lives of the Chancellors, published inentirely concurs, and still further says: When a man by his vices has reduced his body to a wreck and his mind to idiocy, you say this is the consequence of his vicious life.
No religious man doubts that the highest scientific teaching is compatible with ardent religious faith. Were the whole of our public records printed, indexed, and digested, as a small portion has been, the whole history of families, of property, and of administration in England might be given with very few gaps for something like seven hundred years.
Save for a single day, he had never been in Washington until he went there to assume the duties of his great office. It allows the intellect of its followers to be apologetic, explanatory, and, it may be, even complementary, but forbids it at all hazards to be critical.
You think yourself perse- cuted for your opinions.Encour- aged by his success in Hamlet, the French actor undertook to perform Othello and altered the text to suit his ideaspublishing his new version as a book of the play.
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Nov 09, · National Life and Character/Chapter 6. therefore, the dramatist is more popular in his treatment and the lyrical poet more subtle. Othello, thinking out his causes and motives of jealousy as Browning would have depicted him, would have expressed himself in very different words from those which Iago's incisive prompting draws from.
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