Amrita Deb

Romeo and Juliet 16

And the prince, turning to these old lords, Montague and Capulet, rebuked them for their brutal and irrational enmities, and showed them what a scourge Heaven had laid upon such offences, that it had found means even through the love of their children to punish their unnatural hate. And these old rivals, no longer enemies, …

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The watch by this time had come up to the place. A page belonging to count Paris, who had witnessed the fight between his master and Romeo, had given the alarm, which had spread among the citizens, who went up and down the streets of Verona confusedly exclaiming, A Paris! a Romeo! a Juliet! as …

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Romeo and Juliet 14

For now the hour was arrived at which the friar had promised that she should awake; and he, having learned that his letters which he had sent to Mantua, by some unlucky detention of the messenger, had never reached Romeo, came himself, provided with the pickaxe and lantern, to deliver the lady from her confinement; …

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Romeo and Juliet 13

With this poison he set out for Verona, to have a sight of his dear lady in her tomb, meaning, when he had satisfied his sight, to swallow the poison, and be buried by her side. He reached Verona at midnight, and found the churchyard, in the midst of which was situated the ancient tomb …

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Romeo and Juliet 12

Bad news, which always travels faster than good, now brought the dismal story of his Juliet’s death to Romeo, at Mantua, before the messenger could arrive, who was sent from friar Lawrence to apprise him that these were mock funerals only, and but the shadow and representation of death, and that his dear lady lay …

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Romeo and Juliet 11

When young Paris came early in the morning with music to awaken his bride, instead of a living Juliet, her chamber presented the dreary spectacle of a lifeless corset What death to his hopes! What confusion then reigned through the whole house! Poor Paris lamenting his bride, whom most detestable death had beguiled him of, …

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Romeo and Juliet 10

Going from the monastery, she met the young count Paris, and modestly dissembling, promised to become his bride. This was joyful news to the lord Capulet and his wife. It seemed to put youth into the old man; and Juliet, who had displeased him exceedingly, by her refusal of the count, was his darling again, …

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Romeo and Juliet 9

The terrified Juliet was in a sad perplexity at her father’s offer. She pleaded her youth unsuitable to marriage, the recent death of Tybalt, which had left her spirits too weak to meet a husband with any face of joy, and how indecorous it would show for the family of the Capulets to be celebrating …

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Romeo and Juliet 8

That night Romeo passed with his dear wife, gaining secret admission to her chamber, from the orchard in which he had heard her confession of love the night before. That had been a night of unmixed joy and rapture; but the pleasures of this night, and the delight which these lovers took in each other’s …

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Romeo and Juliet 7

Heavy news to young Juliet, who had been but a few hours a bride, and now by this decree seemed everlastingly divorced! When the tidings reached her, she at first gave way to rage against Romeo, who had slain her dear cousin: she called him a beautiful tyrant, a fiend angelical, a ravenous dove, a …

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Romeo and Juliet 6

Now was Romeo blessed indeed, and Juliet, who knew his intent from a messenger which she had despatched according to promise, did not fail to be early at the cell of friar Lawrence, where their hands were joined in holy marriage; the good friar praying the heavens to smile upon that act, and in the …

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Romeo and Juliet 5

The day was breaking when they parted, and Romeo, who was too full of thoughts of his mistress and that blessed meeting to allow him to sleep, instead of going home, bent his course to a monastery hard by, to find friar Lawrence. The good friar was already up at his devotions, but seeing young …

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Romeo and Juliet 4

Romeo was beginning to call the heavens to witness, that nothing was farther from his thoughts than to impute a shadow of dishonour to such an honoured lady, when she stopped him, begging him not to swear; for although she joyed in him, yet she had no joy of that night’s contract: it was too …

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Romeo and Juliet 3

It being midnight, Romeo with his companions departed; but they soon missed him, for, unable to stay away from the house where he had left his heart, he leaped the wall of an orchard which was at the back of Juliet’s house. Here he had not been long, ruminating on his new love, when Juliet …

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Romeo and Juliet 2

The dancing being done, Romeo watched the place where the lady stood; and under favour of his masking habit, which might seem to excuse in part the liberty, he presumed in the gentlest manner to take her by the hand, calling it a shrine, which if he profaned by touching it, he was a blushing …

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Romeo and Juliet 1

THE two chief families in Verona were the rich Capulets and the Montagues. There had been an old quarrel between these families, which was grown to such a height, and so deadly was the enmity between them, that it extended to the remotest kindred, to the followers and retainers of both sides, insomuch that a …

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Timon of Athens 11

This was all the answer he vouchsafed to the weeping disappointed senators; only at parting he bade them commend him to his countrymen, and tell them, that to ease them of their griefs and anxieties, and to prevent the consequences of fierce Alcibiades’ wrath, there was yet a way left, which he would teach them, …

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Timon of Athens 10

But greater visitants than a poor steward were about to interrupt the savage quiet of Timon’s solitude. For now the day was come when the ungrateful lords of Athens sorely repented the injustice which they had done to the noble Timon. For Alcibiades, like an incensed wild boar, was raging at the walls of their …

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Timon of Athens 9

Here was a mass of treasure which, if Timon had retained his old mind, was enough to have purchased him friends and flatterers again; but Timon was sick of the false world, and the sight of gold was poisonous to his eyes; and he would have restored it to the earth, but that, thinking of …

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Timon of Athens 8

This was the last feast which ever Timon made, and in it he took farewell of Athens and the society of men; for, after that, he betook himself to the woods, turning his back upon the hated city and upon all mankind, wishing the walls of that detestable city might sink, and the houses fall …

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Timon of Athens 7

Now was Timon as much avoided in his poverty as he had been courted and resorted to in his riches. Now the same tongues which had been loudest in his praises, extolling him as bountiful, liberal, and open handed, were not ashamed to censure that very bounty as folly, that liberality as profuseness, though it …

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Timon of Athens 6

As little success had the messenger who was sent to lord Lucius. This lying lord, who was full of Timon’s meat, and enriched almost to bursting with Timon’s costly presents, when he found the wind changed, and the fountain of so much bounty suddenly stopped, at first could hardly believe it; but on its being …

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Timon of Athens 5

Timon consoled himself that no villanous bounty had yet come from him, that if he had given his wealth away unwisely, it had not been bestowed to feed his vices, but to cherish his friends; and he made the kind-hearted steward (who was weeping) to take comfort in the assurance that his master could never …

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Timon of Athens 4

But while he thus outwent the very heart of kindness, and poured out his bounty, as if Plutus, the god of gold, had been but his steward; while thus he proceeded without care or stop, so senseless of expense that he would neither inquire how he could maintain it, nor cease his wild flow of …

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Timon of Athens 3

Sometimes these creatures would go to work in a more direct way, and with gross and palpable artifice, which yet the credulous Timon was too blind to see, would affect to admire and praise something that Timon possessed, a bargain that he had bought, or some late purchase, which was sure to draw from this …

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Timon of Athens 2

Some of these daily dependents were young men of birth, who (their means not answering to their extravagance) had been put in prison by creditors, and redeemed thence by lord Timon; these young prodigals thenceforward fastened upon his lordship, as if by common sympathy he were necessarily endeared to all such spendthrifts and loose livers, …

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Timon of Athens 1

TIMON, a lord of Athens, in the enjoyment of a princely fortune, affected a humour of liberality which knew no limits. His almost infinite wealth could not flow in so fast, but he poured it out faster upon all sorts and degrees of people. Not the poor only tasted of his bounty, but great lords …

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Twelfth Night; or, What You Will 7

When Viola made her second visit to Olivia, she found no difficulty in gaining access to her. Servants soon discover when their ladies delight to converse with handsome young messengers; and the instant Viola arrived, the gates were thrown wide open, and the duke’s page was shown into Olivia’s apartment with great respect; and when …

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Measure for Measure 14

The duke, as the best reply he could make to this noble petitioner for her enemy’s life, sending for Claudio from his prison-house, where he lay doubtful of his destiny, presented to her this lamented bother living; and he said to Isabel: “Give me your hand, Isabel; for your lovely sake I pardon Claudio. Say …

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Measure for Measure 13

The duke first addressed Isabel. He said to her: “Come hither, Isabel. Your friar is now your prince, but with my habit I have not changed my heart. I am still devoted to your service.” “O give me pardon,” said Isabel, “that I, your vassal, have employed and troubled your unknown sovereignty.” He answered that …

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Measure for Measure 12

Then the duke laid aside his friar’s habit, and in his own royal robes, amidst a joyful crowd of his faithful subjects, assembled to greet his arrival, entered the city of Vienna, where he was met by Angelo, who delivered up his authority in the proper form. And there came Isabel, in the manner of …

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Measure for Measure 11

Early in the morning Isabel came to the prison, and the duke, who their awaited her coming, for secret reasons thought it good to tell her that Claudio was beheaded; therefore when Isabel inquired if Angelo had sent the pardon for her brother, he said: “Angelo has released Claudio from this world. His head is …

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Measure for Measure 10

Mariana was that night conducted to the appointed place by Isabel, who rejoiced that she had, as she supposed, by this device preserved both her brother’s life and her own honour. But that her brother’s life was safe the duke was not well satisfied, and therefore at midnight he again repaired to the prison, and …

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Measure for Measure 9

When Isabel returned from her interview with Angelo, to the house of Mariana, where the duke had appointed her to meet him, he said: “Well met, and in good time; what is the news from this good deputy?” Isabel related the manner in which she had settled the affair. “Angelo,” said she “has a garden …

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Measure for Measure 8

The duke being now alone with Isabel, commended her virtuous resolution, saying: “The hand that made you fair, has made you good.”—”O,”said Isabel, “how much is the good duke deceived in Angelo! if ever he return, and I can speak to him, I will discover his government.” Isabel knew not that she was even now …

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Measure for Measure 7

“Now, sister, what is the comfort?” said Claudio. Isabel told him he must prepare for death on the morrow. “Is there no remedy?” said Claudio.—”Yes, brother,” replied Isabel, “there is, but such a one, as if you consented to it would strip your honour from you, and leave you naked.”—”Let me know the point,” said …

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Measure for Measure 6

“To whom should I complain? Did I tell this, who would believe me?” said Isabel, as she went towards the dreary prison where her brother was confined. When she arrived there, her brother was in pious conversation with the duke, who in his friar’s habit had also visited Juliet, and brought both these guilty lovers …

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Measure for Measure 5

In the guilty conflict in his mind Angelo suffered more that night than the prisoner he had so severely sentenced; for in the prison Claudio was visited by the good duke, who, in his friar’s habit, taught the young man the way to heaven, preaching to him the words of penitence and peace. But Angelo …

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Measure for Measure 4

Isabel hastened to the palace, and threw herself on her knees before Angelo, saying: “I am a woeful suitor to your honour, if it will please your honour to hear me.”—”Well, what is your suit?” said Angelo. She then made her petition in the most moving terms for her brother’s life. But Angelo said: “Maiden, …

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Measure for Measure 3

Lucio, the friend of Claudio, visited him in the prison, and Claudio said to him: “I pray you, Lucio, do me this kind service. Go to my sister Isabel, who this day proposes to enter the convent of Saint Clare; acquaint her with the danger of my state; implore her that she make friends with …

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Measure for Measure 2

Angelo, a man who bore the reputation of a saint in Vienna for his strict and rigid life, was chosen by the duke as a fit person to undertake this important change; and when the duke imparted his design to lord Escalus, his chief counsellor, Escalus said: “If any man in Vienna be of worth …

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Measure for Measure 1

IN the city of Vienna there once reigned a duke of such a mild and gentle temper, that he suffered his subjects to neglect the laws with impunity; and there was in particular one law, the existence of which was almost forgotten, the duke never having put it in force during his whole reign. This …

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12 days task

Opus !!! what is this !!!! “ please take sweet as much as you want “ As much As ?? !! “ its OK , I will take one “ No,  at least two . OK , thank you . “ MY pleasure “ Well , friends , It was my conversation with my roommate …

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Nostalgic thought

Hi friends, how are you ?? hope you are well by the grace of Almighty Allah . Alhamdulilah , I am well too . What will I write for today’s post that just I am thinking . If I get a specific topic which will be more informative or knowledgeable, I will inform you . …

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Cozmo Robot

Hey my friends , How are you? And how is going on your practice? Hope you are doing well by your level with the bless of Almighty Allah . Alhamdulilah , I am well too . Well , I am here to complete my daily task which I did not finish . Hmm , you …

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4 days at BSMMU

How can I start my writing, I cannot understand. This is the 3rd times, I went  hospital for my purpose of my 25 years life history. Well, friends, don’t be think, I am sick Alhamdulilah, I am perfectly well. I needed some report for job that’s why.   When someone ask me that what is …

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Overview of Seminar

Hey friends, What’s up? Hope, you are well by the grace of Almighty Allah. Alhamdulilah, I am well too. What a time I have passed!!! Alhamdulillah, I have passed a quality time with virtual familiar faces in reality. Yes, I am talking about today’s seminar. I think, you who didn’t get opportunity to participate at …

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Cookies

Hey friends , it is now mid night . I feel hungry . It will be better if I can eat something like cookies .  Which type of cookies do you like ?? But I prefer spicy and salty type to sweet . Well , I am kidding with you . I am feeling black …

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Boost your practice by knowing my mates practice from my 38th workshop

Hey friends, just enjoy our today’s workshop adda summary . Sir was talking about search English video such as Ariyan vai and Noyon vai . Sir told us that if someone attends eight workshops they will become fluent speaker . For beginners, they should wait for someday and they also get opportunity in the last …

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Umpteen Congratulations To my all mates who dare to speak in front of 1.6 M peoples

Currently, some peoples are trying to present their identity by their words to demotivate you. we should neglect their comment. But why? The simple answer is jealousy. Do you remember, when you started practicing by putting comments that times, They also wanted to be our mentor by finding out mistake which is against the rule …

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Amazing Evening

Hey my friends , How do you do ?? Hope, you are well by the grace of Almighty Allah . Alhamdulilah , I am fine too . OK , I’m here to complete my daily task which I think , it will help me to cheer up . Because I did not pass my today’s …

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E-learning

Hey my dear friends , How are you? Hope , you are well by the grace of Almighty Allah . Alhamdulilah , I have been pretty well too . Well, I am here to complete my regular task. In this post, I will discuses e-learning from my points of view . Firstly, I would like …

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Overview on Category 4

Hey friends, How are you? Hope you are fine by the grace of Almighty. Alhamdulilah, I am fine too Hey All, I am here to share my another news besides completing my today’s task. Alhamdulilah, I have completed my reading syllabus today. Though my some mates finished it very early due to my laziness, I …

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Short note on The best E-learning platforms

I like to share a list of the best e-learning platforms in the categories of content available General Websites: Udemy Eduonix Lyndaa Kadenze Software Development or Coding Udacity Treehouse PluraSight Progate Code School Stackoverflow FreeCodeCamp Microsoft Virtual Academy Laracasts Cybrary W3Schools Tutorialspoint Graphic or Web Design: Skillshare Tutpad SEO or Marketing Google Primer Backlinko Culture …

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Copyright law

Hey my friends, How are you?? And how your practice is going on? Hopefully, you are well and you keep busy yourselves with your duty. Alhamdulilah, I am also fine. Well, I am here to complete my daily task. Already you have noticed my today post’s title. Yes, I will write down about copyright law. …

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