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“Her voice was small and deep, with a peculiar thick sweetness that suited the song, half-humorous, half-pathetic.”
“Kano, visiting it, unperceived, next day, noted with the same curious, half-quizzical, half-pathetic look that no Buddhist kaimyo or after-name had been given to his daughter.”
“It happened that in this wise began the curious, half-laughable, and half-pathetic little history which buried the hatreds of the Castle Barfield Capulet and”
“The plot of one main incident -- Della's sacrifice of her hair in order to get a Christmas present for her husband -- takes place in the short space of a few hours, and works out to a half-humorous, half-pathetic climax, when Della and”
“Her face had taken on an entirely new expression, and her half-pathetic, half-roguish childishness, which she had preserved as a woman, was gone.”
“The mode of the preservation of these remains is half-pathetic, half-grotesque.”
“The whole album comprises one of MacDowell's most interesting portrayals of everyday human nature, standing quite alone in its droll half-amusing, half-pathetic mode of expression.”
“In half-humorous, half-pathetic contrast is the middle-aged romance of”
“The whole of human kind is typified in that one half-ludicrous and half-pathetic figure, lying so helpless beside the machine which it used to control.”
“But Charlotte's friend can wear her half-pathetic immortality with grace.”
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