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His studies and his legal practice introduced him to a great variety of human beings. He had the gift of being universally well liked and he could always tell a funny story.
He began his literary activity as a poet translating from German ballads and writing romantic verse tales, in which he showed his strong knowledge of Scottish life. When Byron’s

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Under the Greenwood Tree, Far from the Madding Crowd, The Return of the Native, The Mayor of Casterbridge, The Woodlanders, Tess of the d’Ubervilles, Jude the Obscure. All are stories of country life and are tragic in that the main characters are usually victims of life or of themselves. Even if Hardy’ s work in its rural setting

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- no man was to pay any tax not approved by Parliament
- no man was to be imprisoned arbitrarily.
Charles was in favour of the High Church. When Charles made Cardinal Laud Archbishop of Canterbury, the High Church Party became stronger and was one of the causes of the civil war. Cardinal Laud persecuted the Puritans and when he tries to impose u

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The number of syllables per line are eleven in the Italian sonnet (hendecasyllable) and ten in the English sonnet (iambic pentameter).
Dante’s and Petrarch’s sonnets were imitated by English poets. The traditional theme of Italian sonnets was not-requited love: the poet loved a woman but he was desperate because she didn’t love him. Only with Shakes

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Heat causes coagulation of the proteins in the muscles, so the meat becomes firm. Cooking temperature has little affect on niacin or riboflavin while thiamin, pyridoxine, folic acid are more sensitive to heat and are destroyed between 30 and 50 per cent. Vitamin A is quite stable to heat and is not affected by most cooking procedures.
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In the second stanza we can find the formal aspects of traditional ballad: as regard the stress pattern there is an alternation of 4 stresses and 3 stresses; the rhyme scheme is very elementary, that is ABCB; then there are some internal rhymes, for example, in line 7, “met”-“set”. Alliterations and repetitions of some phrases or lines are used to advan

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After fortnight the Englishman recovers and he can go but in these 15 days he stayed every time with L. who fall in love with him. At the moment of his departure L. is very sad but the Englishman says her that he will return to marry her. Now she is very very happy, she thinks him every day, she imagines when he can be in every moment but actually the C

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When I was certain o'er incertainty,
Crowning the present, doubting of the rest?
Love is a babe, then might I not say so,
To give full growth to that which still doth grow?
Mentono i versi che una volta ho scritto,
dissi:" Di più non ti potrei amare";
ma all'intelletto era allora incredibile
ch'io, sì colmo,

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Poesia 536
The Heart asks Pleasure- first-
And then- Excuse from Pain -
And then - those little Anodynes
That deaden suffering-
And then - to go to sleep -
And then - if it should be
The will of its Inquisitor
The privilege to die -

Il cuore ricerca il piacere - dapprima -