“Don't let the native hue of resolution be sicklied ...”
“Playing von Rothbart, the role I originated in St. Petersburg, Marcelo Gomes exuded cruel mastery, and as Prince Siegfried, David Hallberg was like a blonde Elvis Hamlet sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought and barely able to hold his crossbow without letting sensitivity show.”
“The Manhattan district attorney called Molineux "a man sicklied o'er with the pale cast of sexual perversion.”
“Or, if his whole being is sicklied over with silliness and affectation, he may adhere to the truth of _his own_ nature, and while writing perfectly naturally _for him_, he may unfold his delineations of character in such a manner as shall strip every passion of its dignity, and every emotion of its grace.”
“Many a man in his hour of depression, when resolution is sicklied over by the pale cast of thought, will find, in the writings of Carlyle, a freshening stimulant, better than the wine-cup, or even the laughter of a friend, can give.”
“Has the efflorescence of thy youth been "sicklied o'er" by the wasting turmoil of the town?”
“Looking down the long, swift-running, threatening flume, I shuddered; for since Oram's recital the native hue of my resolution had been "sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought.”
“By the way, we hear of a sprinkling of the antique world of letters in some of the "Annuals" -- an introduction which reflects high credit on the taste of the editors, and serves to prove that sicklied sentimentalities, like all other sweets, when enjoyed to excess, will cloy the fancy, but not so as entirely to unfit the mind for a higher species of intellectual enjoyment.”
“In the course of the drama, Shakspere makes it sufficiently clear that the thoughts by which Hamlet's 'native hue of resolution is sicklied o'er,' have come from the narrow cells of a superstitious Christianity, not from the free use of his reason.”
“Hence the native hue of resolution has sometimes been sicklied o'er by too much thinking.”
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