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Well, Corky goes swimming, and takes a right at the end of the house, and I look at her and I say, Well, that was smart.
_Love's Labour Won_ (probably _All's Well that Ends Well_); _Midsummer
_All's Well That Ends Well_, Act v, sc. 3, l. 191-198.
Shakespeare and Precious Stones Treating of the Known References of Precious Stones in Shakespeare's Works, with Comments as to the Origin of His Material, the Knowledge of the Poet Concerning Precious Stones, and References as to Where the Precious Stones of His Time Came from
_All's Well that ends Well_ is as good as any thing of that Kind in
Shakespeare in _All's Well that Ends Well_, makes Helen say to the
The Child and Childhood in Folk-Thought Studies of the Activities and Influences of the Child Among Primitive Peoples, Their Analogues and Survivals in the Civilization of To-Day
We find clear expression of this in _All's Well That Ends Well_, in _Troilus and Cressida_.
_All's Well That Ends Well_, there is but the briefest mention in the newspapers.
_Taming of the Shrew_, _Julius Caesar_, _Hamlet_, _Troilus and Cressida_, _All's Well that Ends Well_, _Measure for
Outlines of English and American Literature : an Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, to the Books They Wrote, and to the Times in Which They Lived
In this latter play the part taken by Armado was, I believe, enlarged and revised, as in the case of Parolles in _All's Well that Ends Well_, to suit the incidents and characterisation to
I have indicated a certain continuity and link of characterisation between Parolles, as we leave him in _All's Well that Ends Well_, and
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I believe shibui is a Japanese word that represents simplicity, elegance and functionality in design and in living.
May 13, 2009