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" He wander'd on, unknowing where he went Lost in the wood, and all on love intent : The Day already half his race had run, And summon'd him to due repast at noon, But Love could feel no hunger but lu's own. "
The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical - 240 ページ
Samuel Johnson 著 - 1779
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Fables antient and modern: translated into verse from Homer, Ovid, Boccace ...

John Dryden, Ovid, Geoffrey Chaucer, Giovanni Boccaccio - 1713 - 550 ページ
...Uncouth, and Savage, as the cruel Fair. He wander'd on, unknowing where he went, Loll in the Wood, and all on Love intent: The Day already half his Race had run, And fummon'd him to due Repafl at Noon, But Love could feel no Hunger but his own. ' While lifl'ning to the murm'ring Leaves...

Poetical Miscellanies: Consisting of Original Poems and Translations

1714 - 318 ページ
...Fogs arxe blowu fiiU in the Face of Heaven. Dryd. While lift'ning to the murrn'ring Leaves he itood, More than a Mile immers'd within the Wood ; At once the Wind was laid ; the whifp'ring Sound Was dumb ; a riling Earthquake fhook the Ground With deeper Brown the Grove was overfpre»d...

The Miscellaneous Works: Containing All His Original Poems, Tales ..., 第 3 巻

John Dryden - 1760
...Uncouth and favage, as the cruel fair. He wander'd on, unknowing where he went, Loft in the wood, and all on love intent : The day already half his race...But love could feel no hunger but his own. Whilft lift'ning to the murm'ring leaves he ftood, More than a mile immers'd within the wood, At once the...

The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1767
...Uncouth and favage, as the cruel fair. He wander'd on, unknowing where he went, Loft in (he wood, and all on love intent: The day already half his race...But love could feel no hunger but his own. Whilft lift'ning to the murm'ring leaves he flood. More than a mile immers'd within the wood, At once the...

The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1767
...noon, But love could feel no hunger but his own. Whilft lift'ning to the murm'ring leaves he flood, More than a mile immers'd within the wood, At once the wind was laid; the whifp'ring found Was dumb; a rifing earthquake rock'd the ground; With deeper brown the grove was overfpread;...

Fables ancient and modern, tr. into verse: with original poems

John Dryden - 1781
...Jncontb, and falvage, as the cruel fair. He mnder'd on, unknowing where he went, /-ft in the wood, and all on love intent: The day already half his race had run, lad fummon'd him to due repaft at noon, httlove could feel no hunger but his own. While lift'ning to...

A New Review: With Literary Curiosities and Literary Intelligence, 第 1 巻

Paul Henry Maty - 1782
...them the moft lofty of any part of Dryden's works. Whilft lilt'ning to the murm'ring leaves he flood, More than a mile immers'd within the wood, At once the wind was laid — the whifp'ring found Was dumb — a rifing earthquake rock'd the ground : With deeper brown the grove was...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...Uncouth and favage, as the cruel fair, He wander'd on, unknowing where he went, Loft in the wood, and all on love intent: The day already half his race had run, 1 And fummon'd him to due repaft at noon, But love could feel no hunger but his own. J Whilft liftening...

A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain..: Dryden. Rochester ...

1793
...Uncouth and favage, as the cruel fair. He wanclcr'd on, unknowing where he went, Xofl in the wood, and all on love intent : The day already half his race...But love could feel no hunger but his own. Whilft liftcning to the murmuring leaves he ftood, More than a mile ¡mmers'd within the wood, At once the...

The English Anthology ...

Joseph Ritson - 1793 - 334 ページ
...Uncouth and favage, as the cruel fair. He wander'd on, unknowing where he went, Loft in the wood, and all on love intent : The day already half his race...at noon, But love could feel no hunger but his own. While lifl'ning to the murm'ring leaves he flood, More than a mile immers'd within the wood, At once...




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