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90 AG-NES BERNAUEBIN.
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charac suggestion ters . _^ We the g unhappy lance In pair to the impelled hearts , by we passiona see in t t o love the
into sweet , sinand ceaseless sorrow , . Our hearts beat with y their ieldin hearts g to the ; we , temptation know what of opportunity was passing , within them , when
" Quel giorno piu non vi leggemmo avante . " But the chronicler cares chieflfor events he for us
y ; preserves a scanty from annal a s , t but bone ignores or t the wo inner has to world of the the ac outer tors . form As wen compose
to of a piece crea , t ou ure t , in so our we , grop iniag inations diml , y the among human scattered being ' s facts to , whom have work inwards
such fate befel . From outwards , we have to . H The ardl long b dead mean ac s t ors insi in h the t and old imag traged ina y tion canno can t come we att to ain us to .
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our and idea feelings some of image men and , more women or less as t distinc hey lived t , , and the moved charac , and ers had their being . The clouds of centuries roll between us and
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, , , fail acted o , f suffered success , such if w ages remember long agone that . " however Nor need phraseology we wholly
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Duchess y whos _£ sad y , story has survived so long . The cloud of time becomes , transparent for And an instant rewarded , if the _" seeing lim eye "
in ga t z e h u t m ron an gly hear th t roug s beau h i t t . ful with we lov are e and touching by in a g sorrow pse ; into lives which met the fates in all their terror . Few
more romances beautiful scattered or more along pathetic the pathw The ay passions of mediae rise val h at ist woes ory a at re
. more once imperial characteristi and c of domestic the times . Few in which romantic they occurred narratives . The are which
of The has love the stories long of B Albrecht taken of ar ' the s a for loves deep hter Ag , of n firm es of king , Beth is hold Oop based nall he upon t Green ua upon and romance an of the incident Lord Beg and g Burlei ar ballad Maid _'h , . Daug g
are in essential egg incidentakin to Duke Albreeht , _' s wedding . But , the of these tale . onl A y prince one has constrained a , pathetic by , n immortal one has a love trag to ic ending to
" Stoop from his high sphere , "
and seek a bride of lowly extraction , but irresistible in her
90 Ag-Nes Bernauebin.
90 _AG-NES BERNAUEBIN .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1863, page 90, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101863/page/18/