Hence the work of the reformer is deep and heart-searching work.
Is the work a translation?"
The difference between industry and idleness is that work is one thing which no one may honorably escape.
The suggestion worked like a charm, and before Mrs. Gilligan had finished the girls were out of bed and feeling about for their clothes.
The extant works of this great writer are the "Life of Agricola," his father-in-law; his "Annales," which begin with the death of Augustus, 14 A.D., and close with the death of Nero, 68 A.D.; the "Historiae," which comprise the period from the second consulate of Galba, 68 A.D., to the death of Domitian; and a treatise on the Germans.
His principal work is a "History of the Papacy During the Period of the Reformation."
She works so rapidly, and her drawn work is a perfect poem."
"Busy-body, busy-body, Always light and gay, It seems to me, for all I see, Your work is only play."
A work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament.
Illustrative of this tendency is the fact that the only surviving rhetorical work by the Venerable Bede is a treatise on the rhetorical figures.
In some respects, their works still remain objects of hopeless imitation: in the realization of ideas of beauty and form, they reached absolute perfection.
If God made us, surely He is pleased to see that His work is a success.
They worked like beavers for a time.
* * * * * We are asked to state that a recently published work on Beds and Hunts (METHUEN) is not a companion-volume to Minor Horrors of War.
I can, to be sure, work like a horse myself, but then I have two heavy works on my hands already, namely, "Somers" and "Swift."
Her best work, Sonnets from the Portuguese, written after Browning had won her affection, is a series of love lyrics, strong, tender, unaffected, true, from the depth of a woman's heart.
Swift's first notable work, The Battle of the Books, written at this time but not published, is a keen satire upon both parties in the controversy.
In the same pleasing, surprising way, all artistic work must be a kind of revelation.
Yet this work is no more a novel than the "Dialogues of Plato."
His great work in that wonderful edifice was the statue of the goddess Minerva herself, made of gold and ivory, forty feet in height, standing victorious, with a spear in her left hand and an image of victory in her right, with helmet on her head, and her shield resting by her side.
His work is self-expression.
The work is no small monument to the reliability and organizing faculty of French women.
Could not friends work more together, so that one's daily work should be, not a time of separation from all we love most, but a time of intellectual sympathy and helpfulness, of companionship and true-hearted loyalty?
Only in July last he said to the writer of this notice: "I never know what it is to feel well now, but work is the joy of my life."
To think of that poor soul, working like a slave all day, and then grudged the few winks of sleep she gets on a hard old sofa.
Would the work in Okoyong be a failure or a success?
the wound heals instantly; the equilibrium which we had for a moment arrested again asserts itself, and our work is a fragment and must always remain so.
He helped his friend Hawkesworth in the Adventurer, a new periodical of the Rambler kind; but his main work was the Dictionary, which came out at last in 1755.
His first work of fiction was a Sicilian story, published in 1816, but it was not until 1820 that he found his true literary expression, when the "Ayrshire Legatees" appeared in "Blackwood's Magazine."
The unclean water froze upon the stairs, and Cordelia Running Bird's work of thawing it with hot water was a long and painful process.
The work is a compendium of instructions for possible Pamelas, teaching them in brief how to wash, to market, to dress any sort of meat, to cook, to pickle, and to preserve their virtue.
I persevered however, and after working like a beaver for nearly an hour, began to wonder why I did not see any deer, when all at once it occurred to me, that I hadn't sounded the call; and that made me remember, that I had forgotton in which pocket I put it.
'The Work of the World is the making of cities and palaces.
Among the other authors who deserve mention for one or more works of fiction are: Bulwer Lytton (1803-1873), a versatile writer whose best-known work is The Last Days of Pompeii; Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865), whose Cranford (1853) is an inimitable picture of mid-nineteenth century life in a small Cheshire village; Anthony Trollope (1815-1882), whose Barchester Towers is a realistic study of life in a cathedral town; Charles Kingsley (1819-1875), who stirs the blood in Westward Ho! (
It contains fine passages of verse and some of his sanest and maturest philosophy; but the work is not the masterpiece that he hoped to make.
Scott said that his most rapid work was his best.
The works which Mr. Ramsay wrote upon this subject were, the essay just mentioned, in 1784.
The only work which seems really to have attracted his attention is M. Jacolliot's very discreditable performance called "The Bible in India."
Our most important prose work of this age is the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, which was revised and enlarged by Alfred, and which was continued for more than two centuries.
'I do not think a woman becomes less of a woman because she dresses and works like a man,' said Edwards. '
The author has forestalled all poets and travellers, and even guidebooks; all successive works are repetitions or amplifications of what she has suggested.
His great work is a complete system of rhetoric. "
This work, which Johnson was now reading, was, most probably, a little book, entitled Baudi Epistolae.
If so, good work is a prayer, prompted by a loving heart--a prayer to benefit and bless.
His other didactic work, the "Gulistan," is indeed a "Garden of Roses," as its name implies; a mirror for every one alike, no matter what his station in life may be.
The work is a hasty and unrevised production of its author's earlier days of literary labor; and, beyond the scenes already known, scarcely calculated to enhance his reputation.
But (pursues the accuser) by carefully culling the most immoral passages of the famous poets, and using them as evidences, he taught his associates to be evildoers and tyrranical: the line of Hesiod (30) for instance-- No work is a disgrace; slackness of work is the disgrace-- "interpreted," says the accuser, "by Socrates as if the poet enjoined us to abstain from no work wicked or ignoble; do everything for the sake of gain."
That celebrated work had been nearly ten years published, before its importance was at all understood.
And those muscular peasants would pick the children up like dolls, now by an arm, now by a leg, now by the nape of the neck, raise them to a level with the saint, that they might kiss the bronze face, and then toss them back into the arms of their mothers, working like automatons, dropping one child to seize another, with the regularity of machines in action.
"His best known works, however, are 'anecdotes of the earl of Chatham,' 2 vols.