love-devouring love

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  • In this latter monologue, too, when all his thoughts must have been of Juliet and their star-crossed fates, and love-devouring Death, he is able to picture for us the apothecary and his shop with a wealth of detail that says more for Shakespeare's painstaking and memory than for his insight into character.

    The Man Shakespeare

  • Juliet and their star-crossed fates, and love-devouring Death, he is able to picture for us the apothecary and his shop with a wealth of detail that says more for Shakespeare's painstaking and memory than for his insight into character.

    The Man Shakespeare

  • Flashed the thrilled Spirit's love-devouring heat; [jt]

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 2

  • Flashed the thrilled spirit's love-devouring heat;

    Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

  •   Flashed the thrilled spirit’s love-devouring heat;

    Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

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