Important Quotations from English Literature Part V

Important Quotations from English Literature
                                                          Part V
If it were done, when tis done, then twere well / it were done quickly – Hamlet
Let us go then , Yu and I – The Love song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Call me Ishamael- Moby Dick
When shall we there meet again – Macbeth
He disappeared in the dead of winter-  In Memory of W.B.Yeats
I wish either …..begot me…-  Tristram Shandy
Moments of unaging intellect- Sailing to Byzantium
Where ignorant armies clashes by night- Arnold ( Dover Beach)
Willing to wound and yet afraid to strike- Pope ( Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot )
Marriage has many pains but celibacy has no pleasure- Rasselas ( prose fiction – Samuel Johnson)
Criticism is the art of interpreting art – Walter Peter

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