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Here are two capital tragic parts for Yates and Crawford, and here is the rhyming Butler for me, if nobody else wants it; a trifling part, but the sort of thing I should not dislike, and, as I said before, I am determined to take anything and do my best.
Her features are not tragic features, and she walks too quick, and speaks too quick, and would not keep her countenance.
They too loved and must part from those they loved, the son from his mother, the wife from her husband; and perhaps it was more tragic because their lives were ugly and sordid, and they knew nothing that gave beauty to the world.
And the tragic poet is an imitator, and therefore, like all other imitators, he is thrice removed from the king and from the truth?
Imitation is only a kind of play or sport, and the tragic poets, whether they write in iambic or in Heroic verse, are imitators in the highest degree?
Had we been of the tragic complexion, the reader must now allow we were very nearly arrived at this period, since it would be difficult for the devil, or any of his representatives on earth, to have contrived much greater torments for poor Jones than those in which we left him in the last chapter; and as for Sophia, a good-natured woman would hardly wish more uneasiness to a rival than what she must at present be supposed to feel.
An author is always something of a romancer, and God knows, the mystery of The Yellow Room is quite full enough of real tragic horror to require no aid from literary effects.
He who climbeth on the highest mountains, laugheth at all tragic plays and tragic realities.
That feminine penetration--so clever and so tainted by the eternal instinct of self-defence, so ready to see an obvious evil in everything it cannot understand--filled her with bitter resentment against both the men who could offer to the spiritual and tragic strife of her feelings nothing but the coarseness of their abominable materialism.
And she went upstairs slowly, struggling with a distasteful suspicion of having been confronted by something more subtle than herself--more profound than the misunderstood and tragic contest of her feelings.
On the candid light of the eyes flitted shadows; shadows of doubt, of suspicion, the ready suspicion of an unquenchable antagonism, the pitiless mistrust of an eternal instinct of defence; the hate, the profound, frightened hate of an incomprehensible--of an abominable emotion intruding its coarse materialism upon the spiritual and tragic contest of her feelings.
The tragic tale of a sister and her fight to give her dead brother a proper burial has been told over and over again since ancient times, but now it will be put in dance form to give the story of Antigone by Sophocles a different kind of emotional turn.
Ashfaq Hussain Chatha Vice President and Executive Committee of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Group Leader Abdul Rauf Alam have expressed deep grief and sorrow over the tragic crash of an army helicopter MI-17 in Naltar Valley near Gilgit-Baltistan on Friday killing seven persons including five foreign delegates and two pilots.
ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) has expressed grief and sorrow over the tragic crash of an army helicopter MI-17 in Naltar Valley near Gilgit-Baltistan on Friday.
Anthony Hassan said on our website: "This is a tragic story.