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The a tre de Corneille.
Corneille had a great understanding of history, and not just in the straightforward sense of his copious knowledge of historical sources; as Lyons demonstrates, Corneille shows an acute understanding of the complexity of historical movements and the intractable problems that hindsight — his own, but also that of his characters — can bring. Have I then lived so long only for this disgrace? Reconciliations are not effected in such a feud [or, in this manner]; such deadly insults are not [easily] repaired; in vain one uses [lit. When he was eighteen he began his studies in law.
Prop of mine age, and sum of my happiness, touch these white hairs, to which thou restorest honor! Show thyself a son worthy of a father such as I [am]. How worthy of envy is he who, in losing [life's] vigor, loses life also! O despair! Dear lady, each day the same desire urges you, and at your interview with her, I see you every day ask her how her love proceeds.
I watch over mine; my [watchful] care protects them, as the head takes care of the limbs which serve it. Let us speak [in] low [tones]; listen. Already this vexatious exclamation of joy [lit. Whence obtainest thou this audacity, and this new pride, of appearing in places which thou hast filled with mourning?
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If you have been The a tre de Corneille. book, I am so to-day, and this arm is the strongest support of the kingdom. Overwhelmed by misfortunes to which destiny reduces me, I go to deplore them. Although my love pleads [lit.
Elvira, have you given me a really true report? When justice is rendered, all is put in the scale. Let me recover then also my enfeebled resentment; caring for him, must I forget my own feelings [lit. One day alone does not destroy a man such as I. He added five hundred critical notes, covering more works and taking a more negative tone.
Corneille had a great understanding of history, and not just in the straightforward sense of his copious knowledge of historical sources; as Lyons demonstrates, Corneille shows an acute understanding of the complexity of historical movements and the intractable problems that hindsight — his own, but also that of his characters — can bring.
Rodrigo has nothing to dread from me; what can tears which are despised avail against him?
You know that justice [lit. Before the marriage she will have to forgive him publically for everything he had done to her family. They boast of him, they praise The a tre de Corneille. book, and my heart consents to it; my honor is mute, my duty impotent. Rodrigo and Chimena picked between their families and the love they feel for one another.
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Mingle not sighs with my joy; let me take breath in order to praise The a tre de Corneille. book. Yes, lady, you require a victim [or revenge] steeped in blood [lit. In fine, all that is told of the most distinguished warriors I expect from Rodrigo after this victory, and I make my love for him the theme of my glory.
O despair! Act the First. I demand his death, but not a glorious one, not with a glory which raises him so high, not on an honorable death-bed, but upon a scaffold. The Moors are going to make a descent, and the tide and the night may, within an hour, bring them noiselessly to our walls.
And have I grown grey in warlike toils, only to see in one day so many of my laurels wither? Love is but a pleasure; honor is a duty. I obey, and am silent; but in pity, sire, [permit] two words in his defence.
Our deep silence deceiving their minds, they no longer dare to doubt that they had taken us by surprise. The Page re-enters. Under Sancho II, son of Ferdinand, he served as commander of the royal troops. To respect a love of which my distracted soul already sees the certain loss. She asked the king to liberate her from the commitment of marrying Sancho and then the king told her the truth.
He insults Don Diego, and despises his King! It is the last remedy; and if it is necessary to have recourse to it, and your pity for my misfortunes still continues, you shall then be free to avenge my injury.
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