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" I believe them true : They argue no corrupted mind In him : the fault is in mankind. This maxim, more than all the rest, Is thought too base for human breast : " In all distresses of our friends, We first consult our private ends ; While nature, kindly... "
The Congregationalist - Sayfa 612
editör: - 1873
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A Collection of Eighteenth Century Verse

Margaret Lynn - 1907 - 484 sayfa
...throw my pen aside; If with such talents Heaven has blessed 'em, 65 Have I not reason to detest 'em? To all my foes, dear Fortune, send Thy gifts ; but never to my friend : I tamely can endure the first; But this with envy makes me burst. 70 Thus much may serve...
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The Atlantic Monthly, 80. cilt

1897
...that Swift had in mind when he wrote : — " In all distresses of our friends We first consult onr as." His false friends he goes on to attack in the following lines : — " By innocence and resolution...
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The Living Age ..., 28. cilt

1851
...thought too base for human breast — In all distresses of our friends We first consult our private cuds, While nature, kindly bent to ease us, Points out some circumstance to please us. ***** To all my fiies, dear fortune, send Thy gifts, but never to my friend ; I tamely can endure the...
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Energy and Order in the Poetry of Swift

A. B. England - 1980 - 241 sayfa
...particularly severe example: THIS Maxim more than all the rest Is thought too base for human Breast; "In all Distresses of our Friends "We first consult...ease us, "Points out some Circumstance to please us. (11. 5-10) The maxim is a brief, epigrammatic verbal configuration which is designed to sum up in a...
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English Congregational Hymns in the Eighteenth Century

Madeleine Forell Marshall, Janet Todd - 1982 - 181 sayfa
...his Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift ( 1 739) on the text from Rochefoucauld, which he translated: "In all distresses of our friends, / We first consult our private ends; / While Nature, kindly bent to case us, / Points out some circumstances to please us." Sentiment and satire both aimed at correction....
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The Literature of Satire

Charles A. Knight - 2004 - 327 sayfa
...trouvons quelque chose, qui ne nous deplaist pas." Swift translates Rochefoucauld's maxim as follows: In all distresses of our friends We first consult...ease us, Points out some circumstance to please us. (lines 7-10) Swift has added to the maxim the observations that self-interest is our first response...
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The Narratological Analysis of Lyric Poetry: Studies in English Poetry from ...

Peter Hühn, Jens Kiefer - 2005 - 259 sayfa
...the Fault is in Mankind. 5 THIS Maxim more than all the rest Is thought too base for human Breast; "In all Distresses of our Friends "We first consult...private Ends, "While Nature kindly bent to ease us, 10 "Points out some Circumstance to please us.' IF this perhaps your Patience move Let Reason and Experience...
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Twist of Fate: Love, Turbulence and the Great War

Roberto de Haro - 2006 - 682 sayfa
...some sleep." She smiled and said, "The good Doctor also needs to sleep," and left the room. Visitors In all distresses of our friends. We first consult...While nature, kindly bent to ease us, Points out some circumstances to please us. -Swift, On the Death of Dr. Swift, 7 November had turned into a stormy...
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