The Poetical Works Of S.t. Coleridge, Including The Dramas Of Wallenstein, Remorse, And Zapolya…

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bySamuel Taylor Coleridge

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This historic book may have numerous typos or missing text. Not indexed. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1829. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Max. O! shall we e'er be happy? Thekla. Are we not happy now? Art thou not mine? Am I not thine? There lives within my soul A lofty courage--'tis love gives it me! I ought to be less open--ought to hide My heart more from thee--so decorum dictates: But where in this place could'st thou seek for truth, If in my mouth thou did'st not find it? SCENE VI. To them enters the Countess Tertsky. Countess (in a pressing manner). Come! My husband sends me for you--It is now The latest moment. They not appearing to attend to what she says, she steps between them. Part you! Thekla. O, not yet! It has been scarce a moment. Countess. Aye! Then time Flies swiftly with your Highness, Princess nieceI Max. There is no hurry, aunt. Countess. Away! away! The folks begin to miss you. Twice already His father has asked for him. Thekla. Ha! his father? Countess. You understand that, niece! Thekla. Why needs he To go at all to that society? 'Tis not his proper company. They may Be worthy men, but he's too young for them. In brief, he suits not such society. Countess. You mean, you'd rather keep him wholly here? Thekla (with energy). Yes! you have hit it, aunt! That is my meaning. Leave him here wholly! Tell the company--Countess. What? have you lost your senses, niece?--Count, you remember the conditions. Come! Max. (to Thekla). Lady, I must obey. Farewell, dear lady! Thekla turns away from him with a quick motion. What say you then, dear lady? Thekla (without looking at him). Nothing. Go! Max. Can I, when you are angry He draws up to her, their eyes meet, she stands silent a moment, then throws herself into his arms; he presses her fast to his heart. Countess. Off! Heavens! if any one should come! Hark! What's that noise? It comes this way. Off! Max. tears himself away out of her...

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This historic book may have numerous typos or missing text. Not indexed. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1829. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Max. O! shall we e'er be happy? Thekla. Are we not happy now? Art thou not mine? Am I not thine? There lives within my soul A l...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:84 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.17 inPublished:January 17, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217364683

ISBN - 13:9780217364683

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