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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-588

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586 GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE 10 Carefully explain these extracts giving in your own words the context But who can turn the stream of destiny Or break the chain of strong necessity Which fast is tied to Jove's eternal seat So no doubt many be well seen in the passages of govern- ment and policy which are to seek in little and punctual occasions One of the fathers in great severity calleth Poesy vinum dcemonwm Though thou the waters warp Thy sting is not so sharp As friend remembered not By my life do which tender dearly though say am magician He uses his folly like stalking horse and under the representation of that be shoots his wit Think you am no stronger than my sex Being so father'd and so husbanded Thou like an exorcist hast conjured up My mortified spirit barren-spirited fellow one that feeds On abjects orts and imitations Which out of use and staled by other men Begin his fashion There are no tricks in plain and simple faith But hollow men like horses hot at hand Make gallant show and promise of their mettle But when they should endure the bloody spur They fall their crests and like deceitful jades Sink in the trial XVI English language anil Composition In studying the history of our language what are the points to which it is chiefly necessary that we should attend Comment on the history of the Future Tense in English
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