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George Chapman

Data de nascimento: 1559
Data de falecimento: 12. Maio 1634

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George Chapman foi um dramaturgo, tradutor e poeta inglês.

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„Ninguém ama se não ama à primeira vista.“

—  George Chapman
Fonte: Chalita, Mansour. Os mais belos pensamentos de todos os tempos. 4 Edição. Rio de Janeiro: Assoc. Cultural Internac. Gibran. pág. 58. None ever loved, but at first sight they loved. The works of George Chapman ...‎ - Volume 1, Página 20, George Chapman, Algernon Charles Swinburne - Chatto and Windus, 1874

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„The sea had soaked his heart through“

—  George Chapman
Context: Then forth he came, his both knees falt'ring, both His strong hands hanging down, and all with froth His cheeks and nostrils flowing, voice and breath Spent to all use, and down he sunk to death. The sea had soaked his heart through; all his veins His toils had rack'd t'a labouring woman's pains. Dead weary was he. Homer's Odysses (1614), Book V, line 608; shipwrecked Odysseus washes up on Scheria.

„Achilles' baneful wrath resound, O Goddess, that imposed
Infinite sorrows on the Greeks, and many brave souls loosed
From breasts heroic“

—  George Chapman
The Iliads of Homer, Prince of Poets (1611), Context: Achilles' baneful wrath resound, O Goddess, that imposed Infinite sorrows on the Greeks, and many brave souls loosed From breasts heroic, sent them far to that invisible cave That no light comforts, and their limbs to dogs and vultures gave; To all which Jove's will gave effect; from whom first strife begun Betwixt Atrides, king of men, and Thetis' godlike son. Book I, line 1, p. 1

„Danger (the spur of all great minds)“

—  George Chapman, The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois
Context: Danger (the spur of all great minds) is ever The curb to your tame spirits. The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois (1613), Act V, scene i.

„To put a girdle round about the world.“

—  George Chapman, Bussy D'Ambois
Bussy D'Ambois (1607), Act I, scene i.

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„Fair words never hurt the tongue.“

—  George Chapman, Eastward Hoe
Eastward Hoe (1605), Act IV, scene i.

„Tis immortality to die aspiring,
As if a man were taken quick to heaven.“

—  George Chapman, The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron
The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron (1608), Act I, scene i; reported in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919).

„Man is a name of honour for a king.“

—  George Chapman, Bussy D'Ambois
Bussy D'Ambois (1607), Act IV, scene i.

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