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" Not easily have we three come to this, We three who now are dead. Unwillingly They loved, unwillingly I slew them. Now I kiss them on the forehead quietly. "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - 74. oldal
1900
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The Arena, 39. kötet

1908
...one bier, and Giovanni, shaken with deep emotion, kisses each of them upon the forehead, murmuring, "She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...Hide them! They look like children fast asleep.'' Admiration for Stephen Phillips' "Paolo and Francesca" need not imply blindness to its faults. Indeed,...

The Art of Speech and Deportment

Anna Morgan - 1909 - 372 oldal
...The rest is silence. Giovanni, at the close of Stephen Phillips's play " Paolo and Francesca," says : She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...hair. Hide them. They look like children fast asleep. Q. What quality do fear, secrecy, and caution impart to the voice ? A. A breathy, whispered quality,...

Aspects of Modern Drama

Frank Wadleigh Chandler - 1914 - 494 oldal
...Giovanni looks upon them, his madness leaves him. Quietly, he kisses the foreheads of his victims, saying: "I did not know the dead could have such hair. Hide them. They look like children fast asleep." This mood is akin to that in which Maeterlinck concludes "Pe'lle'as and Mdlisande," rather than to...

The North American Review, 205. kötet,1. rész

1917
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Catholic World, 106. kötet

1918
...forehead quietly. He is shaken — then the agony .breaks from his lips in one last quivering cry: She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...hair. Hide them ! They look like children fast asleep ! Stephen Phillips' next play, Herod, might be described as a work of almost aching beauty. Its dramatic...

The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, 21. kötet

1919
...expressed in Giovanni's closing lines, as he looks upon the dead lovers : . . " She takes away my breath. I did not know the dead could have such hair. Hide them. They look like children fast asleep." 'Paolo and Francesca' was first performed in London in 1902 and in New York in 1906. PAPACY, the doctrine...

Books in General, 1. kötet

Sir John Collings Squire, Solomon Eagle - 1919 - 281 oldal
...skilful ending : the murder behind the scenes, the bodies brought in, the murderer's revulsion : / did not know the dead could have such hair. Hide them. They look like children fast asleep. But those who did not shrink from comparing it with Romeo and Juliet omitted to notice the same deficiencies...

The Sewanee Review, 29. kötet

1921
...air." Bending over them, Giovanni kisses them on the foreheads and in a shaken voice concludes : — " She takes away my strength. I did not know the dead...Hide them. They look like children fast asleep." The final scene is not unlike that of a Greek tragedy, "all passion spent". D'Annunzio's play, Francesca...

The Sewanee Review, 29. kötet

1921
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Modern Men and Mummers

Hesketh Pearson - 1921 - 222 oldal
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