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" ... to hear the sick mocking and reviling each other's infirmities, how emaciated consumptives ridiculed those who were bloated with dropsy, how one laughed at the cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered the locked-jaw and distorted eyes of... "
Half Tints: Table D'hōte and Drawing-room - Pągina 34
per Addison Peale Russell - 1867 - 232 pągines
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TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF HENRY HEINE

CHARLES G. LELAND - 1856
...cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered the locked-jaw and distorted eyes of his neighbors, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang...nothing to be seen but revolting misery and mutilation. CHAPTER YL He then also poured forth to the other immortals assembled Sweetest pleasantest nectar,...
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Heinrich Heine's Pictures of Travel

Heinrich Heine - 1863 - 471 pągines
...cancer in the nose of another, and he ngain jeered the locked-jaw and distorted eyes of his neighbors, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang...maimed bodies around, and there was nothing to be seen bat revolting misery and mutilation. CHAPTER VI. He then also poured forth to the other immortals assembled...
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The National Quarterly Review, Volum 13

Edward Isidore Sears, David Allyn Gorton, Charles H. Woodman - 1866
...and distorted eyes of his neighbors, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang naked irom bed, and tore the coverings and sheets from the maimed...bodies around, and there was nothing to be seen but revoking misery and mutilation."* At a later period, while suffering the most acute pain, and scarcely...
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A Club of One: Passages from the Note-book of a Man who Might Have Been Sociable

Addison Peale Russell - 1887 - 254 pągines
...infirmities, how emaciated consumptives ridiculed those who were bloated with dropsy, how one laughed at the cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered...bodies around, and there was nothing to be seen but misery and mutilation. Strange ! that the lit- FaC erary outlaw who describes to us so faith- L fully...
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Lippincott's Monthly Magazine: A Popular Journal of General Literature, Volum 42

1888
...cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered the locked-jaw and distorted eyes of his neighbors, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang...nothing to be seen but revolting misery and mutilation." Ml MON. A NOVEL. BY MAUD HOWE, AUTHOR OF "A NEWPORT AQUARELLE," "THE SAN BO8ABIO RANCH,' "ATALANTA...
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The Works of Heinrich Heine: Tr. from the German by Charles Godfrey ..., Volum 3

Heinrich Heine - 1891
...cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered the locked-jaw and distorted eyes of his neighbours, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang...nothing to be seen but revolting misery and mutilation. CHAPTER VI. " He then also poured forth to the other immortals assembled Sweetest, pleasantest nectar,...
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HANDY -BOOK OF LITERARY CURIOSITIES

WILLIAM S WALSH - 1892
...cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered the locked-jaw and distorted eyes of his neighbors, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang...nothing to be seen but revolting misery and mutilation. Humble pie, To eat, to apologize or humiliate one's self abjectly, an old English expression that harks...
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Handy-book of Literary Curiosities

William Shepard Walsh - 1892 - 1104 pągines
...finally those who were mad wiih fever sprang naked from bed, and tore the coverings and sheets trom the maimed bodies around, and there was nothing to be seen but revolting misery and mutiUtion. Humble pie, To eat, to apologize or humiliate one's self abjectly, an old English expression...
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Handy-book of Literary Curiosities

William S. Walsh - 1909 - 1104 pągines
...cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered the locked-j.tw and distorted eyes of his neighbors, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang naked from bed, ana tore the coverings and sheets from the maimed bodies around, and there was nothing to be seen but...
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Handy-book of Literary Curiosities

William S. Walsh - 1925 - 1104 pągines
...cancer in the nose of another, and he again jeered the locked-jaw and distorted eyes of his neighbors, until finally those who were mad with fever sprang...nothing to be seen but revolting misery and mutilation. Humble pie, To eat, to apologize or humiliate one's self abjectly, an old English expression that harks...
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