The Titan Kiss Hardcover Edition

Pleasure welling up inside him, he fingered her flaxen hair on the pillow and started kissing her forehead, her face, her chin, her throat. She opened her eyes, smiled and stretched. “Well—I've never had a man with an SP unit before.

Author: Clark Nida

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At the Titan s Breakfast

®Away with your fictions of flimsy romance, Those tissues of falsehood which Folly has wove; Give me the mild beam of the soul-breathing glance, Or the rapture, which dwells on the first kiss of love. 2. Ye rhymers, whose bosomes with ...

Author: Robert Polito

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317203254

Category: Literary Criticism

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This title, first published in 1987, comprises of three essays which examine Lord Byron’s poetry. Some of Byron’s most famous poems are examined, including Don Juan and Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. This title will be of interest to students of literature.
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Shakspeare s Himself Again

Titan kiss a dish of butter ? " -- Is it possible to give to any reading a greater clearness than Warburton has given to that of the text ? Didst thou never see Titan ( pitiful - hearted Titan ! ) kiss a dish of butter , that [ butter ...

Author: Andrew Becket

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Scattered Notes on the Text of Shakespeare

Prince Henry - Did'st thou never see Titan kiss a dish of butter ? pitiful - hearted Titan , that melted at the sweet tale of the son ! If thou did'st , tben beho ! d that compound . " i . e . Falstaff . The critics have abandoned this ...

Author: Jacob Gilbert Herr

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A Specimen of a Commentary on Shakspeare

52–3]) 1 Mr. Malone likewise observes, that the expression of common-kissing Titan in Cymbeline produced by Dr. Warburton; and the passage in Henry IV. “Did'st thou never see Titan kiss a dish of butter?” appear to be adverse to his ...

Author: Walter Whiter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000350425

Category: Literary Criticism

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If it is not generally known that the foundations of twentieth-century criticism of Shakespeare’s imagery were laid over one hundred and fifty years ago, the explanation lies in the limited availability of the single original edition of Walter Whiter’s Specimen of a Commentary on Shakspeare published in 1794. In an age in which the study of Shakespeare’s characters was of prime interest and importance, Whiter – a classical scholar who took holy orders and ended his life as a country parson – developed a form of textual criticism closely linked to a study of the workings of the human mind: and his book offers a psychological survey of the creative imagination, following the principles laid down in Locke’s Essay on Human Understanding and illustrated by examples from Shakespeare’s plays. In his realization that Shakespeare provides the finest examples of the poetic imagination Whiter is of his time: but in his particular study of the associative powers of such a mind engaged in the process of creation, he is far in advance of his time and has no immediate disciples in the later nineteenth century. In the twentieth century, however, there was an increasing acknowledgement of Whiter’s work and a more frequent appeal for the reissue of his book. Originally published in 1967, the present edition was started in response to that appeal more than ten years before Mr Alan Over’s tragic death in 1964 and incorporates the revisions and additions made by Whiter for his own projected second edition.
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A Specimen of a Commentary on Shakespeare

E 1 33 1 and conjectures that a " GOD KISSING carrion , ” means a carrion that kisses the Sun * . The reader or the commentator , who has thought ... “ Did'At thou never see Titan kiss a dish of " butter ? " appear to be adverse to his ...

Author: Walter Whiter

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Birth of a Titan

“Well, come here, heel, and try kissing this soul to make it all better,” she mocked as she pushed him onto his bed and gently followed him down where she began a long, smooth kiss before jumping off of him and stating, “Now, ...

Author: Gary Iascone

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ISBN: 1449058779

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Cory Thompson is a fourteen-year-old boy on his way to magic school with his father and sister. At his unbinding ceremony, the powers he receives make it apparent that he is the first Titan to be born in over nine hundred years. In an attempt to get him ready for his destiny, Professor Archer decides to become his personal mentor. But due to a series of incidents, some caused naturally and others deliberately caused by the Ancient Order of the Crones, Cory's sister Ashley makes the biggest mistake of her young life. Totally unprepared to face the power of the evil Crones, Cory finds himself in the position of being the only one able to save his sister from becoming a Crone for life. Armed with only three months of formal training and the help of his pet bird, Indy, Cory attempts the impossible, knowing full well that if he fails ... the Crones gain far more than a new recruit; they would also capture the key to the magical community's only hope for the future, which in turn is the only hope for mankind itself!
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New Readings New Renderings of Shakespeare s Tragedies

In the first place , if the second reading be correct we have an incomprehensible description of Titan as melting at ... If , again , butter melted to the kissing sun , it must have melted not at any sweet tale , but at the sweet kiss ...

Author: Henry Halford Vaughan

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Queries

For Titan's kiss and Titan's touch For little me had been too much . So I've grown and run and danced and leap Down the mountain side , but have never slept . And now I am strong and all the day long I go rushing by in a gush of song ...

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The Titan Trap

She settled for going to him and wrapping her arms around him, although she restrained herself from reaching up to kiss him. That would only lead to makeup ruination, and she wasn't about to redo all that hard work.

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Cassidy Evans inherited the Titan run when her father died and left her a broken-down cargo transport and a regular gig hauling supplies to the maximum-security prison located on Jupiter’s moon. When convicted murderer Derek Tagawa hijacks her ship and demands her help in clearing his name, Cass can’t help but wonder if there aren’t easier ways to make a living. But soon she begins to believe there may be more to his story than she originally thought. Running from the authorities, they head to the heart of Gaia to unearth a conspiracy so far-reaching that exposing it could rock the Consortium to its very foundation…and change the future course of both their lives. SF romance, science fiction romance, future earth, galactic empire, colonization
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare

good kissing carrion . ' ] Meas . for Meas . II , ii , 163–168 , which will serve to confirm these observations . And the same kind of expression is in Cymb . III , iv , 164 , ' Common - kissing Titan . ' JOHNSON : This is a noble ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare Hamlet 5th ed 1877

( 181 , " good kissing carrion . ... III , iv , 164 , ' Common - kissing Titan . ... Perhaps this passage ought rather to be regulated thus : being a god - kissing carrion , ' i . e . a carrion that kisses the sun .

Author: William Shakespeare

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Hamlet

6 [ 181. good kissing carrion . ' ) Meas . for Meas . II , ii , 163–168 , which will serve to confirm these observations , And the same kind of expression is in Cymb . III , iv , 164 , ' Common - kissing Titan .

Author: William Shakespeare

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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare Hamlet pt 1

good kissing carrion . ' ] Meas . for Meas . II , ii , 163–168 , which will serve to confirm these observations . And the same kind of expression is in Cymb . III , iv , 164 , ' Common - kissing Titan . ' JOHNSON : This is a noble ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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King Henry IV part 1 King Henry IV part 2 Henry V

Didst thou never see Titan kiss a dish of butter ? pitiful - hearted Titan , that melted at the sweet tale of the fon ( 7 ) ! if thou didft , then behold that compound . Fal . ( 6 ) nether stocks , ] Nether flocks are stockings .

Author: William Shakespeare

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Select Plays of William Shakespeare

Still harping on ton , so “ being a god - kissing carrion ; " i . e . a carrion that kisses the sun . ... However , the instance quoted from Cymbeline by Dr. Warbur . common - kissing Titan , " seems in favour of the regu . lation that ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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Hamlet Cymbeline

However , the instance quoted from Cymbeline by Dr. Warburton , “ conmon - kissing Titan , " seems in favour of the regulation that has been hitherto made ; for here we find the poet considered the sun as kissing the carrion , not the ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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Hamlet Timon of Athens

Still harping on “ being a god - kissing carrion ; " i . e . a carrion that kisses the sun . ... However , the instance quoted from Cyınbeline by Dr. Warbur . ton , common - kissing Titan , " seems in favour of the regu . lation that ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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The Plays of William Shakespeare

Still harping on ton , os “ being a god - kissing carrion , " i . e . a carrion that kisses the sun . ... However , the instance quoted from Cymbeline by Dr. Warburcommon - kissing Titan , " seems in favour of the regu . lation that has ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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The Complete Works of Shakspere Revised from the Original Editions With Historical and Analytical Introductions to Each Play Also Notes Explanatory and Critical and a Life of the Poet By J O Halliwell and Other Eminent Commentators The Doubtful Plays of Shakspere Revised Accompanied with Introductions and Notes by H Tyrrell

-66 30 I am joined with no foo land - rakers , no long - staff , 39 Didst thou nerer see Titan kiss a dish of butter ? pitisi.rpenny strikers ; none of these mad , mustachio pur ful - hearted Titan , that melted at the sweet tale of the ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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