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Over eight months in 2014 CJ Robinson took 168 photographs, one almost everyday, from the same spot, at approximately the same time of day, looking out to sea from Aldeburgh, on the East coast of Suffolk, in the UK. This he did as an ...
Thalatta! Or The great commoner [signed S.]. - Strona 27
... a summer afternoon, and the blue smoke of Manillas ascends gratefully — incense to appease the sad ghosts of the unburied moorcock. From the top of the knoll you look down upon the sea — three, four, five miles away. Thalatta! Thalatta!
John Skelton (sir.), 1862
Ulysses Annotated: Notes for James Joyce's Ulysses - Strona 15
Epi oinopa ponton - Homeric Greek: "upon the wine-dark sea." An epithet that first occurs at 1:183 (Fitzgerald, p. 15) in The Odyssey and recurs throughout. 1.80 (5:8). Thalatta! Thalatta! - Attic Greek: "The sea! The sea!" From Xenophon's (c.
Don Gifford, Robert J. Seidman, 2008
Greek and Hellenic Culture in Joyce - Strona 29
Early in Ulysses Buck Mulligan tries a bit of linguistic one-upmanship with a Homeric apostrophe to the "wine-dark sea"; that epic formula is followed by the most memorable words from Xenophon's Anabasis: "Thalatta! Thalatta!" (U 1.80).
Louis MacNeice: The Classical Radio Plays - Strona 42
(more shouting, which gradually becomes intelligible) VOICES: [THALATTA! THALATTA!] <The sea, the sea!> c.s. 1: Can't hardly hear yourself speak. c.s. 2: Do you hear that! Do you hear? VOICES: [THALATTA! THALATTA!] <The sea, the sea!> ...
Louis MacNeice, Amanda Wrigley, 2013
Warp and Woof: A Book of Verse ... - Strona 150
THALATTA! THALATTA! THE days which went so long ago, Have come again to me, As now I tread, with footstep slow, The margin of the sea. The little ripples breaking in Crawl gently up the sand, Whose shifting masses seek to win Their ...
Samuel Willoughby Duffield, 1870
The Expedition of Cyrus - Strona xii
Thalatta!') has become proverbial (it is the only phrase from Xenophon in the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations). It gives a ringing start to the second cycle of Heinrich Heine's North Sea poems: 'Thalatta! Thalatta! | Greetings to you, o eternal sea!
Xenophon,, Tim Rood, 2009
A Journey to the Center of the Earth: Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition
Thalatta! Thalatta! When I came to myself, I was stretched in half darkness, covered with thick coats and blankets. My uncle was watching over me, to discover the least sign of life. At my first sigh he took my hand; when I opened my eyes he ...
A Journey to the Centre of the Earth & The Mysterious Island ...
THALATTA! THALATTA! Table of Content When I came to myself, I was stretched in half darkness, covered with thick coats and blankets. My uncle was watching over me, to discover the least sign of life. At my first sigh he took my hand; when I ...
The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals 1824-1900 - Strona 660
4203 Thalatta! Thalatta! (Part IV), 415–431. John Skelton. Evidence for no. 4173. 4204 The Roman book-trade under the Empire, 432–438. George Cornewall Lewis. Signed Sir George Lewis; author refers to his Inquiry into the Credibility of ...