The Taming of the Shrew
: , The Taming of the Shrew, ... news, but being glad to get Katharine married, he answered that he would give her twenty thousand crowns for her dowry, and half his estate after his ...
... to her angry words, for they had agreed that she should seem reluctant before him, but that when they were alone he had found her very fond and loving ...



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, : , Though his caricatures of his teachers got him into trouble sometime, he enjoyed his popularity in school due to his art.
... most is that Dickens should have been his advisor; and next that I should have had to lay a heavy hand on a young man who, I take it, has been cruelly ...



Sir Henry Rider Haggard
, Sir Henry Rider Haggard, By then he was thirty-one year old, an established writer with his own fixed and hard-won ways, who had written three first-rated novels:
... could not stand severe ordeals of the trip, shattered by all he had seen and undergone, his nerves had utterly broken down and he had died of terror.



First James
, First James, ... influence over one of the estates in its parliament.It had become the kings right to approve a bishop-elect before consecration and papal promotion, ...
The Queen was wounded in her efforts to save her husband, and it might have been better for Graham had he killed her too since he had gone this far.



Personality of Hamlet
, Personality of Hamlet , Then Hamlet sees his father"s ghost and he tells him that his uncle, the present king has murdered him.
... gets wounded while sword fighting with son of Polonius, whom he have murdered earlier, because he though that he helped his uncle to murder his father ...



Thomas More
, Thomas More, ... He marvels that More's" life with her is as pleasant and agreeable as if she had all the charm of youth, and with his buoyant gaiety he wins her to ...
... of the dangers of political life; he valued his freedom for family and writing, and he knew that giving up his lucrative law practice to enter public ...



Nelson
, Nelson, ... I can neither guess at, nor in the least account for" - but which may well have been connected with his enforcement of the Navigation Act Within a few ...
... rebelled, but it was too late for change, and he appeared reconciled to his lot when, early in 1803, he died with his wife and her lover at his side.



English Painting and Art Galleries
, English Painting and Art Galleries, He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1829, but he felt, that this honor had come too late in life to have much meaning.
And it is said, that only a hour before his death he had his chair wheeled to the window, so that he might look for the last time at the sun, shining ...




, , It`s a piece of cake; No sweat; It`s a snap; It`s rough; It`s tough.
William`s father was pleased that his eldest son got married; but William`s mother didn`t want him to marry so young:




, , Poor - rich It is only that he has better means of having it than many others, because he is rich, and many others are poor.
Happy - miserable He seemed to think it remarkable that he should be so miserable in axactly the same place where he had once been happy.