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" Fortune, not Reason, rules the state of things, Reward goes backwards, Honour on his head; Who is not poor, is monstrous; only need Gives form and worth to every human seed. "
Wonder of a kingdom - Seite 235
von Charles Wentworth Dilke - 1816
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The Richmond County Mirror, Band 3

1839
...home—cut Byron, smoked and went to bed, So ends the history of my youth's romancing. FALSE GREATNESS. As cedars beaten with continual storms, So great men flourish; and do imitate Unskilful satuaries, who suppose, In forming Colossus, if they make him Straddle enough, strut, and look big,...
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The Works of George Chapman ...

Richard Herne Shepherd, Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1874
...encouragement. ACT THE FIRST. SCENE I. Enter Bussy D'Ambois, poor. Bu. Fortune, not Reason, rules the stale of things, Reward goes backwards, Honour on his head;...and do imitate Unskilful statuaries, who suppose, In forging a Colossus, if they make him Straddle enough, strut, and look big, and gape, * "Bussy D'Ambois....
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The Works of George Chapman ...

Richard Herne Shepherd, Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1874
...To faint, or go less, so your free consent As heretofore give him encouragement. of tTiirigs Reward head Who is not poor, is monstrous ; only need Gives...storms, So great men flourish ; and do imitate Unskilful statii-ries. who suppose, In forging a Colossus, if they make him Straddle enough, strut, and look...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 878 Seiten
...Perhaps BJcardo. in M&nsiiiger's Picture. (Phelps). If. ACT I SCF.NB I.8 Enter BOSSY D'AMBOIS, poor. Hit. • 80 great men flourish ; and do imitate Unskilful statuaries, who suppose, In forming a CVilossns,...
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The Homoerotics of Early Modern Drama

Mario DiGangi - 1997 - 216 Seiten
...inversio0. An impoverished soldier "discontent with his neglected worth," Bussy enters declaring that "Fortune, not Reason, rules the state of things, / Reward goes backwards, Honour on his head" (1.1.47, 1-2). The statement is not only reflective but proleptic, for the erotically disorderly court...
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Ambition, Rank, and Poetry in 1590s England

John Huntington - 2001 - 194 Seiten
...lines of the play, we can see they have implications that most modern critics have tried to soften: Fortune, not Reason, rules the state of things, Reward goes backwards, Honour on his head; Who is not poore, is monstrous; only Need Gives forme and worth to every humane seed. (1.1.1-4) In the inverted...
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Renaissance Drama 31: New Series XXXI 2002 Performing Affect

Jeffrey Masten, Wendy Wall - 2002 - 246 Seiten
...cannot quite account for. Chapman broaches the problem of courtly dependency in Bussy's opening lines: "Fortune, not Reason, rules the state of things, / Reward goes backwards, Honour on his head" (1.1.1-2). The satirical procession conjured here frames the problem in terms of performance: Reward...
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