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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Alfred Tennyson Tennyson. (1809–1892) (continued)
 
6831
    Eyes of pure women, wholesome stars of love.
          Idylls of the King: Gareth and Lynette. Line 367.
6832
                        A man of plots,
Craft, poisonous counsels, wayside ambushings.
          Idylls of the King: Gareth and Lynette. Line 422.
6833
    A damsel of high lineage, and a brow
May-blossom, and a cheek of apple-blossom,
Hawk-eyes; and lightly was her slender nose
Tip-tilted like the petal of a flower.
          Idylls of the King: Gareth and Lynette. Line 574.
6834
            I follow up the quest
Despite of Day and Night and Death and Hell.
          Idylls of the King: Gareth and Lynette. Line 865.
6835
    Ay, knave, because thou strikest as a knight,
Being but knave, I hate thee all the more.
          Idylls of the King: Gareth and Lynette. Line 994.
6836
    Victor from vanquished issues at the last,
And overthrower from being overthrown.
          Idylls of the King: Gareth and Lynette. Line 1230.
6837
    For man is man and master of his fate 1 
          Idylls of the King: The Marriage of Geraint. Line 355.
6838
    Our hoard is little, but our hearts are great.
          Idylls of the King: The Marriage of Geraint. Line 374.
6839
    The useful trouble of the rain.
          Idylls of the King: Geraint and Enid. Line 770.
6840
    The world will not believe a man repents;
And this wise world of ours is mainly right.
          Idylls of the King: Geraint and Enid. Line 899.
6841
    The whole wood-world is one full peal of praise.
          Idylls of the King: Balin and Balan. Line 444.
6842
    Mere white truth in simple nakedness.
          Idylls of the King: Balin and Balan. Line 509.
 
Note 1.
W. E. Henley, page 829.
I am the master of my fate
I am the captain of my soul.

J. B. Kenyon: A Challenge:
Be the proud captain still of thine own fate. [back]
 

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