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Richard, German physician. See: May-Hegglin anomaly.
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"This must he feel, the true-born son of Greece." Only "When Grecian mothers shall give birth to men, / Then mayst thou be restored; but not till then." (24)
Shakespeare appears to draw upon it when, in Sonnet 73, he implies that he is in the late autumn of his life: "That time of year thou mayst in me behold / When yellow leaves, or none, or few do hang / Upon those boughs which shake against the cold" (1-3).
More comically, his youthful moustache is likened to a half-grown crop by an impatient Venus who attests that 'the tender spring upon thy tempting lip | Shows thee unripe; yet mayst thou well be tasted' (127-28).
with an informacyon howe all estates shulde lyve." (49) Likewise, John Friths The Souper of the horde recommends the text to the reader in the intimatebut nonspecific--third person: "that thou mayst be the better prepared and suerlyer enstructed." (50)
And for thy sake, whom I so dearly love, Now shalt thou see the death of Abigail, That thou mayst freely live to be my heir.
Then 'tis very credent Thou mayst co-join with something, and thou dost, And that beyond commission, and I find it, And that to the infection of my brains And hard'ning of my brows.
Shakespeare defined our proper limits when he wrote 'no more than with a pure blush thou mayst come off withal' (Lang-Sims 81)
O fair gold goddess As fain as thou mayst be That gone I were To the white sea's-roof land, [Iceland] Yet fainer were I To leap on the wave-swine [ship] If God for me The ghosts would quicken Of Odin's fellows Might the world go backward Then, Roses' Freyia, [beautiful woman] Soon were I faring Along the way That leads to Valhall, Long rest before me, And my right hand holding A story maybe To give to Odin.
Jo-Ann Mort traces Rukeyser's passion for social justice to a "Deuteronomic call 'intrinsic to Judaism': Justice, justice shah thou follow, that thou mayst live, and inherit the land which the Lord thy God gaveth thee." (18) Wolosky aptly points out that Rukeyser's "reaction against" her parents' Jewishness "resulted" in her political activism.
(31) For as for thyn y take it hir bewte And yit she lete it ly twene hir and me As thou mayst se as yit she doth it wayfe As she were loth more then hir owen ressayue.
Love Is Not All: "Love Is Not All," "What Lips My Lips Have Kissed," "And You as Well Must Die," "When We Are Old." A Seasonal Songbook: "Nothing Gold Can Stay," "A Prayer in Spring," "Pan With Us," "October," "Now Close the Windows," "Stopping by a Woods on a Snowy Evening." Janet Lewis Songs: "Going Home from the Party," "Morning Devotion," "Remember the River," "Love is a Constant." Dana Gioia Songs: "Touch," "How Shall I Hold My Soul," "Planting a Sequoia." Songs from Shakespeare's Plays: "O Mistress Mine," "Come Away Death," "Sigh No More, Ladies." Two Sonnets by William Shakespeare: "When to the Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought," "That Time of Year Thou Mayst in Me Behold." When I Die: "Sonnet, or I am in Need of Music," "The Writer," "Alley Cat Love Song."
A estos estudios, sin embargo, se debio de ver atraido originalmente Javier mas bien por la literatura que por la filologia misma, pues su gran aficion eran los escritores del renacimiento ingles, y el contacto que tuvieron con Espana, un contacto que el mantenia vivo y que nos sigue hablando desde sus escritos--And of this book, this learning mayst thou taste.