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" It was in the time that the earth begins to put on her new apparel against the approach of her lover, and that the sun running a most even course, becomes an indifferent arbiter between the night and the day... "
Judith Shakespeare: Her Love Affairs and Other Adventures - Pagina 336
door William Black - 1884 - 391 pagina’s
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The Poetical Works of John Milton,: With Notes of Various Authors. To which ...

John Milton, Henry John Todd - 1809
...hunt, II Penf. v. 124. T. WAKTON. Ver. 55. Exuit invifam &c.] See. the opening of Sidney's Arcadia : " It was in the time that the Earth begins to put on her new apparel againft the approach of her.lover." And compare the Hymn, Ode Nat. ft. 1. TODD. Et cupit,-et digna...
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The poetical works of John Milton: With notes of various authors

John Milton, Henry John Todd - 1826
...hunt, Il Pens. v. 124. T. WARTON. Ver. 55. Exuit invisam &c.] See the opening of Sidney's Arcadia: " It was in the time that the Earth begins to put on...new apparel against the approach of her lover." And compare the Hymn, Ode Nat. at. 1. TODD. Ver. 57. et digna est:] That is pulchra, as in El. i. Pandit...
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The pentamerone, or, The story of stories, tr. by J.E. Taylor

Giovanni Battista Basile (conte di Torone.) - 1848
...remarkably similar to those which Basile is so fond of employing. Take for instance the following:— " It was in the time that the Earth begins to put on her new apparel against tht approach of her lover, and that the Sun, running a most even eourse, becomes an indifferent arbiter...
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The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy

Thomas Keightley - 1854 - 511 pagina’s
...di Pontano." See also his ' Le sette Giornate,' iv. 162. Sidney thus commences his Arcadia : — " It was in the time that the earth begins to put on her new appareil against the approach of her lover, and that the sunne running a most even course becomes an...
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Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences

1909 - 14 pagina’s
...May. See also P. Fletcher, Purple Island 6. 403-4. At the beginning of Sidney's Arcadia we have : ' It was in the time that the Earth begins to put on...her new apparel against the approach of her lover.' Davies, Orchestra 39. 1-2, has: For that brave Sun, the Father of the Day, Doth love the Earth, the...
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Miscellaneous papers relating to the New Shakspere society

New Shakspere Society
...care and interest he hnd to feede them well : and V. . SOC. TRANS., 1880-2. SIDNEY, Arcadia, 1588. It was in the time that the earth begins to put on her new apparel :iL';iinst the approach of her lover, and that the sun running a most even course, becomes an indifferent...
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Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 4

Modern Language Association of America - 1889
...style. Let us take the opening sentence of the 'Arcadia,' as given in LANDMANN'S selections : — " It was in the time that the earth begins to put on her new aparrel against the approch of her lover, and that the sun running a most even course becums an indifferent...
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Arcadia

Sir Philip Sidney - 1891 - 720 pagina’s
...Clams. tThefecortd/bipn>racf:ofPyrodcs -W Mufidorus. Their flrangc fitting, ' cnttrvicw ,W * parting, T was in the time that the earth begins to put on her ncwaparrdagainft theapprochof her louer, and that the Sun riming a moft cue courle becums. an indifferent...
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Lectures on the History of English Literature

William Marvel Nevin - 1895 - 485 pagina’s
...general style. Let us take the opening sentence of the Arcadia, as given in Landmann 's selections : ' ' It was in the time that the earth begins to put on her new aparrel against the approach of her lover, and that the sun running a most even course becums an indifferent...
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Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical ..., Volume 1

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - 1901
...is the opening : It was in the time that the earth begins to put her new aparrel against the approch of her lover, and that the Sun running a most even course becomes an indifferent arbiter betwenc the night and the day : when the hopeless shepheard Strephon was come to the scendes which...
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