7 edition of Le Cid found in the catalog.
|Statement||Pierre Corneille ; translated and edited by John C. Lapp.|
|Contributions||Lapp, John C., 1917-|
|LC Classifications||PQ1749.E5 L3 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 71,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||86008924|
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It is from another than thee that I must obtain it, and it is my duty [lit. Myrna Bell Rochester A. He can refuse me, but I cannot keep silent. Her grief has betrayed the secrets of her soul, and no longer permits you to doubt her passion. El Cid depiction on the book "Portraits of illustrious Spaniards"
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Regardless, she still feels the need to avenge her father's death. But he who Le Cid book dishonored is unworthy of life; the dearer the offender the greater the offence. Here, count, a word Le Cid book two.
Far rather take part in the universal rejoicings, and taste the happiness which heaven sends you, dear lady; no one but myself has a right to sigh.
Whatever punishment such insolence may have deserved, I wished at first to treat it [or, him] without violence; but, Le Cid book he abuses my leniency, go instantly [lit. And the hand of Rodrigo has wrought all these wonders!
This high rank becomes [lit. They know, at the cost of their noblest leaders [lit. Notice the many types of people — those who come to play cards, to picnic, to flirt, to steal, and even a few honest souls who really want to see the play — whom Rostand introduces in this brief scene.
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Feeble [lit. The Moor sees his loss and loses courage suddenly, and, seeing a reinforcement which had come to assist us, the ardor for conquest yields to the dread of death. These mourning robes in which I read my misfortune are the first-fruits which his valor has produced; and although others may tell of a heart so magnanimous, here all objects speak to me of his crime.
Thus your reasoning is not reasoning for me. He is generous to his followers, shows them respect, and accepts their counsel.
Dear lady, after that I have nothing more to say, except that, with you, I sigh for your misfortunes; I blamed you a short time since, now I pity you. El Cid saved their lives and avenged himself upon the Infantes, and found them more favorable husbands.
In fine, my father is dead, and I demand vengeance more for your interest than for my consolation. Be then no longer surprised if my troubled soul with impatience awaits their bridal; thou seest that my happiness [lit.
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Sacrifice, I say, sire, to the good of the state, Le Cid book those whom such a daring deed would inflate with pride. It has been shown that El Cid was at court on July ; however, what happened after that is unclear. Must I leave an insult unavenged? But think that kings will be absolute. This of course does not mean that the Cid is Le Cid book coward.
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The lovers are eventually married, but only to be separated again as El Cid is called to protect Spain from the marauding Moors swarming across the Mediterranean from Africa. The Spanish Moors join with the Cid to take the city of Valencia where the enemy will attack/10(K).
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