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- Quotations From Georg Ebers - 5/14 -


What had formerly afforded me pleasure now seemed shallow

JOSHUA, by Georg Ebers, v4 [GE#32][ge32v10.txt]5470

I do not like to enquire about our fate beyond the grave Then hate came; but it did not last long

JOSHUA, by Georg Ebers, v5 [GE#33][ge33v10.txt]5471

Asenath, the wife of Joseph, had been an Egyptian Most ready to be angry with those to whom we have been unjust Pleasant sensation of being a woman, like any other woman Woman's disapproving words were blown away by the wind

JOSHUA, by Ebers, Complete [GE#34][ge34v10.txt]5472

A school where people learned modesty Asenath, the wife of Joseph, had been an Egyptian Brief "eternity" of national covenants But what do you men care for the suffering you inflict on others Childhood already lies behind me, and youth will soon follow Choose between too great or too small a recompense Good advice is more frequently unheeded than followed Hate, though never sated, can yet be gratified I do not like to enquire about our fate beyond the grave Most ready to be angry with those to whom we have been unjust Omnipotent God, who had preferred his race above all others Pleasant sensation of being a woman, like any other woman Precepts and lessons which only a mother can give Regard the utterances and mandates of age as wisdom Should I be a man, if I forgot vengeance? Then hate came; but it did not last long There is no 'never,' no surely To the mines meant to be doomed to a slow, torturing death Voice of the senses, which drew them together, will soon be mute What had formerly afforded me pleasure now seemed shallow When hate and revenge speak, gratitude shrinks timidly Who can prop another's house when his own is falling Woman's disapproving words were blown away by the wind

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v1 [GE#35][ge35v10.txt]5473

Contempt had become too deep for hate Jealousy has a thousand eyes Zeus does not hear the vows of lovers

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v2 [GE#36][ge36v10.txt]5474

Shadow of the candlestick caught her eye before the light Soul which ceases to regard death as a misfortune finds peace

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v3 [GE#37][ge37v10.txt]5475

From Epicurus to Aristippus, is but a short step Preferred a winding path to a straight one

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v4 [GE#38][ge38v10.txt]5476

Aspect obnoxious to the gaze will pour water on the fire Everything that exists moves onward to destruction and decay Trouble does not enhance beauty

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v5 [GE#39][ge39v10.txt]5477

Without heeding the opinion of mortals

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v6 [GE#40][ge40v10.txt]5478

See facts as they are and treat them like figures in a sum

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v7 [GE#41][ge41v10.txt]5479

Epicurus, who believed that with death all things ended No, she was not created to grow old Nothing in life is either great or small Priests: in order to curb the unruly conduct of the populace She would not purchase a few more years of valueless life To govern the world one must have less need of sleep What changes so quickly as joy and sorrow

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v8 [GE#42][ge42v10.txt]5480

Fairest dreams of childhood were surpassed Golden chariot drawn by tamed lions Life had fulfilled its pledges Until neither knew which was the giver and which the receiver

CLEOPATRA, by Georg Ebers, v9 [GE#43][ge43v10.txt]5481

Pain is the inseparable companion of love

CLEOPATRA, by Ebers, Complete [GE#44][ge44v10.txt]5482

Aspect obnoxious to the gaze will pour water on the fire Contempt had become too deep for hate Epicurus, who believed that with death all things ended Everything that exists moves onward to destruction and decay Fairest dreams of childhood were surpassed From Epicurus to Aristippus, is but a short step Golden chariot drawn by tamed lions Jealousy has a thousand eyes Life had fulfilled its pledges No, she was not created to grow old Nothing in life is either great or small Pain is the inseparable companion of love Preferred a winding path to a straight one Priests: in order to curb the unruly conduct of the populace See facts as they are and treat them like figures in a sum Shadow of the candlestick caught her eye before the light She would not purchase a few more years of valueless life Soul which ceases to regard death as a misfortune finds peace To govern the world one must have less need of sleep Trouble does not enhance beauty Until neither knew which was the giver and which the receiver What changes so quickly as joy and sorrow Without heeding the opinion of mortals Zeus does not hear the vows of lovers

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v1 [GE#45][ge45v10.txt]5483

Facts are differently reflected in different minds Have not yet learned not to be astonished Ill-judgment to pronounce a thing impossible Years are the foe of beauty

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v2 [GE#46][ge46v10.txt]5484

A well-to-do man always gets a higher price than a poor one I must either rest or begin upon something new

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v3 [GE#47][ge47v10.txt]5485

Have lived to feel such profound contempt for the world In order to find himself for once in good company--(Solitude) Never speaks a word too much or too little They keep an account in their heart and not in their head

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v4 [GE#48][ge48v10.txt]5486

Enjoy the present day Idleness had long since grown to be the occupation of his life It was such a comfort once more to obey an order Philosophers who wrote of the vanity of writers

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v5 [GE#49][ge49v10.txt]5487

Avoid all useless anxiety


Quotations From Georg Ebers - 5/14

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