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" They lay like carcasses ; and hope was none, Save in the breeze that came not : savagely They glared upon each other — all was done, Water, and wine, and food, — and you might see The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their... "
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction - Pagina 8
1833
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Poems

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1866 - 719 pagina’s
...savagely They glared upon each other : all was done, Water, and wine, and food, — and you might see Tho longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. At length one whisper'd his companion, who Whisper'd another, and thus it went round, And then into...
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Poems

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1872
...the sea, They lay like carcasses ; and hope was none, Water, and wine, and food,—and you might see The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. At length one whisper'd his companion, who Save in the breeze that came not ; savagoiy They glared...
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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, Volume 7

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1873
...savagely They glared upon each other — all was done, Water, and wine, and food, — and you might see The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. At length one whisper'd his companion, who Whisper'd another, and thus it went round, And then into...
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On the Insanity of Inebriety: Read Before the New York Neurological Society ...

George Burr - 1874 - 25 pagina’s
...Savagely they glared upon each other — all was done, Water and wine and food — and you might see The longings of the cannibal arise, (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes." I can have but little doubt that in a confirmed inebriate, i should it be necessary to take human life...
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Don Juan. Complete ed., with notes

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1875
...savagely They glared upon each other — all was done, Water, and wine, and food ; and you might see The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. At length one whisper'd his companion, who Whisper'd another, and thus it went round, And then into...
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The poetical works of lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1878 - 836 pagina’s
...savagely They glared upon each other—all was done, Water, and wine, and food ; and you might see The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. LXX IIL At length one whisper'd his companion, who Whisper'd another, and thus it went round, And then...
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Episodes of the sea in former days, records of suffering and saving

Episodes - 1880 - 256 pagina’s
...shroud of ob''vion. " Savagely They glared upon each other ; . . . -'i... . . And you might have seen The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. " No alternative was left them but to feed on human flesh, and a young man who had died on the preceding...
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Baccalaureate Sermon, Class Day Oration, Etc

Harvard College (1780- ). Class of 1882 - 1882 - 37 pagina’s
...aspect of our friends. Lean, hollow-eyed, haggard, famished, we feared to be alone with them, for we saw "The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes." When we asked what ailed them, they always replied, — if not too weak to answer, — "'I board at...
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Stories of the sea in former days, narratives of wreck and rescue

Stories - 1885 - 256 pagina’s
...the shroud of oblivion. " Savagely They glared upon each other ; . . . . . . And you might have seen The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. " No alternative was left them but to feed on . human flesh, and a young man who had died on the preceding...
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Selections from the Poetry of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1900 - 412 pagina’s
...savagely They glared upon each other — all was done, Water, and wine, and food — and you might see The longings of the cannibal arise (Although they spoke not) in their wolfish eyes. LXXIII. At length one whisper'd his companion, who Whisper'd another, and thus it went round, And then...
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