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Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

Don Quixote

Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
"O Lady of Beauty, strength and support of my faint heart, it is time for thee to turn the eyes of thy greatness on this thy captive knight on the brink of so mighty an adventure."
talk2terry1983цитує4 роки тому
it will be enough not to stray a hair's breadth from the truth in the telling of it.
Tatiana Bunaevaцитуєминулого місяця
to see how they pour out water for his hands distilled from amber and sweet-scented flowers;
Tatiana Bunaevaцитуєминулого місяця
"Oh flower of chivalry, that with one blow of a stick hast ended the course of thy well-spent life!
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
Knight of the Rueful Countenance
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
I draw sword either against clown or against knight, and that here before God I forgive the insults that have been offered me, whether they have been, are, or shall be offered me by high or low, rich or poor, noble or commoner, not excepting any rank or condition whatsoever."
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
the labour these good men are at all day does not allow them to spend the night in singing
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
good-looking young man of about two-and-twenty.
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
"Happy the age, happy the time, to which the ancients gave the name of golden, not because in that fortunate age the gold so coveted in this our iron one was gained without toil, but because they that lived in it knew not the two words "mine" and "thine"!
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
Don Rodrigo de Narvaez
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
And it could have been only the devil himself that put into his head tales to match his own adventures, for now, forgetting Baldwin, he bethought himself of the Moor Abindarraez, when the Alcaide of Antequera, Rodrigo de Narvaez, took him prisoner and carried him away to his castle; so that when the peasant again asked him how he was and what ailed him, he gave him for reply the same words and phrases that the captive Abindarraez gave to Rodrigo de Narvaez, just as he had read the story in the "Diana" of Jorge de Montemayor where it is written, applying it to his own case so aptly that the peasant went along cursing his fate that he had to listen to such a lot of nonsense
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
Empress of La Mancha, the peerless Dulcinea del Toboso
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
La Molinera, and that she was the daughter of a respectable miller of Antequera; and
Amir Muhammadцитує2 роки тому
daughter of a cobbler of Toledo
talk2terry1983цитує4 роки тому
had a spirit that was equal to every occasion
talk2terry1983цитує4 роки тому
what Aristotle himself could not have made out or extracted had he come to life again for that special purpose
talk2terry1983цитує4 роки тому
high heavens, that of your divinity divinely fortify you with the stars, render you deserving of the desert your greatness deserves.
talk2terry1983цитує4 роки тому
the reason of the unreason with which my reason is afflicted so weakens my reason that with reason I murmur at your beauty;
Alexander Revinskyцитує5 років тому
"The truth is," answered Sancho, "that I have never read any history, for I can neither read nor write, but what I will venture to bet is that a more daring master than your worship I have never served in all the days of my life, and God grant that this daring be not paid for where I have said; what I beg of your worship is to dress your wound, for a great deal of blood flows from that ear, and I have here some lint and a little white ointment in the alforjas."
MarkusOцитує7 років тому
Where art thou, lady mine, that thou My sorrow dost not rue? Thou canst not know it, lady mine, Or else thou art untrue.
And so he went on with the ballad as far as the lines:
O noble Marquis of Mantua, My Uncle and liege lord!
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