Author: Nigellus Wireker
Category: Monasticism and religious orders
Chapter 1 Mirroring Folly For fools a mirror shall it be . * Sebastian Brant ' s poem
, Das Narrenschiff , could be considered an ideological landmark , establishing a
new approach toward fools and folly . In Brant ' s innovative vision , fools ...
Author: Yona Pinson
Publisher: Brepols Pub
Fool ! of Tom fools ! Go to bed , Tom ! Answer , you fool with your staggering gait ,
And score of debt on the “ Blue Boar " slate ! See who is passing , dressed like a
Queen ! Go to bed , Tom ! Going to the Publicans ' Ball I ween ;Fool ! of Tom ...
A MIRROR FOR FOOLS . 303 in perils in the city , in perils in the wilderness , in
perils in the sea , in perils among false brethren ; in labour and travail , in
watchings often , in hunger and thirst , in fastings often , in cold and nakedness .
Author: Henry Eyster Jacobs
Academy , 11 , Furnival's Inn . In architectural studies , the splendid porticos of
Roman architecture , executed in ALL FOOLS : DAY , the two following churches ,
have , at va( For the Mirror . ) rious times , excited considerable interest .
Author: Thomas Byerly
it to be delivered whole to the woman who had expressed regret that so splendid
a mirror should be destroyed . The entire court was in ecstasy at this rather
second - hand wisdom of the King , who , with more conceit than might have
Author: John Doran
... against which the figure reclined was a block of veined quartz , and the whole
was placed upon a mirror , not a clear mirror , but one in which the glass had
been rufiled and stained into the semblance of a streamlet pool MOSTLY FOOLS
Author: Edmund Randolph
George F. Beardon (AKA “Slim”) wrote this book as a mirror of his life, dedicated
to his wonderful mother (now deceased), to whom he gave so much trouble and
heartaches as a young man. Growing up “tough” in the jungles of Phoenix, ...
Author: George Beardon
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
A mirror , I declare ! ( arranges hersel before the glass ) SIR H . My taste again .
ALMA . The looking - glass ? Sir H . The image it enshrines . ( bowing ) ALMA . I
understand you . Plain , but comfortable . ( laughs and passes on ; graually gets ...
Author: Sydney Grundy
Category: English drama
... the earliest of this species ; romances of chivalry followed after a long interval ;
and lastly came the novel , which is peculiarly a production of our own times , and
in which life is represented , or meant to be represented , even as in a mirror .
Author: Christoph Martin Wieland
I asked myself , and imagined I had in some way disfigured my face , and so
made a fright and sight of myself ; but happening to pass a mirror , and finding my
“ beauty " unimpaired , and my appearance as it should be , I was excessively ...
Author: Joseph Holt Ingraham
Category: Southern States
Fools for a time may gain the day , Where wisdom cannot make its way ,
Sometimes in this world's motley school , The sage must prattle like the fool , For
fools with these will pass for wise , Who never use their ears nor eyes . Some
Author: Esq. Henry Lee WARNER
Why , you fool , ” said he , “ it is not the lower , but the upper , portion that is going
off . ” It was a Greek pedant who stood before a mirror and shut his eyes that he
might know how he looked when asleep - a jest which reappears in Taylor ' s Wit
Author: William Alexander Clouston
Category: Wit and humor
Dealers have been known to obtain an unfair advantage by having on a table in
front of them a highly polished snuff box , or cigarette case ; which , serving as a
mirror , enables their quick and practiced eye to catch the reflection of the cards ...
Author: John Philip Quinn
The Nemesis of fools confessed cal clinic of the Lyons Faculty of His task was
useless ; threw aside His gory club and died . Medicine , explains the processes
by Thenceforth unterrified , which the American fluid extracts Mankind pursued ...
By means of Q3's highly figue rative ruse he tries to fool himself into thinking that
his days without the beloved, clouded by ... Night and day together torture him
even more viciously for his having tried to play them for fools with flattering lies.
Author: William F. Zak
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Literary Criticism
Clearly , not only his book , but Burnellus himself is a mirror for fools . Throughout
the woodcuts of Sebastian Prant ' s Ship of Fools ( iew York , 1962 ) , both the
mirror and the " asses ear ' s " of the fool ' s cap designate the fool . Once again ...
Author: John Edward Reuter
Category: English fiction
ly playing with the idea of mirroring and reflecting in a series of circular images ,
conceived as mirrors . ... The fool ' s mirror ( Das Narrenspiegel ) could indicate
his narcissism and vanity , but also his self - ignorance , since " no one knows ...