Etude Raisonnee de La Langue Anglaise; Cours de Lecture Et de Versions Et Dictionnaire Raisonne Du Texte Dans L'Ordre Des Matieres Avec L'Indication Des Racines Saxonnes. Ouvrage Conforme Aux Nouveaux Programmes D'Enseignement Et

Etude Raisonnee de La Langue Anglaise; Cours de Lecture Et de Versions Et Dictionnaire Raisonne Du Texte Dans L'Ordre Des Matieres Avec L'Indication Des Racines Saxonnes. Ouvrage Conforme Aux Nouveaux Programmes D'Enseignement Et

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864 edition. Excerpt: ...he was again', 4 in a short time, thrown in'to confi'nement by an unjust' i decis'ion of the courts, in a cause in which he was im'pli catcd, and it was while he lay in pris'on that he wrote the t first part of Don Quix'ote. He was, soon af ter the publi n wo ca'tion of this work, once more resto'red to free'dom; but t 5 iAiKo'ugh he af'terwards produ'ced va'rious oTH'er lit'erary perlbr'mances, he nev'er succeed'ed in rai'sing himself 5 abov'e the neces'sitous cir'cumstances in which his eor'ly i misfor'tunes had involv'ed him. The dedica'tion of thelast u u 1 work he gave to the world, is da'ted o'nly fowr days i befo're his death. Gervan'tes died at the age of sixty-ni'ne, on the 23rd of A'pril 1617, exacrty a year af'ter Shak'speare. 76. LIBERTY OF THE PRESS IN ENGLA.ND. i Tilllhe revolu'tion of 1688, the lib'erty of the press was ver'y imper'fectly enjoy'ed in En'gland, and du'ring a i ver'y short pe'riod. The star'-chamber (1), while that i Good-na'tured Man and She Stoops to Gon'quer), nhose cbar'acter is so well surnmed up in Pope's line on Gay, i In wit a man, simplic'ity a cliild. "I recei'ved one morn'ing a mes'sage from poor Go'ldi smitli that he was in great distress', and as it was not in B I his pow'er to corne to me, beg'ging that I would corne to him as soon a; pos'sible. I sent him a gwin'ea, and i prom'ised to corne to him direct'ly. I accord'ingly went as soon as I was dressed, and found that his land'Iady Lad arrest'ed him for his rent, at which he was in a Ti'olent i pass'ion. I percei'ved that he had alread'y changed my gwin'ea, and had a bat'tle of Madei'ra and a glass befo're him. I put the cork in'io the bot'tle, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236913566
  • 9781236913562