Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister quotes

Evidence of the community
"At the meal we sit together"
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Spite of the speaker (weeds)
"What's the Greek name for Swine's Snout?"
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Spite of the speaker (lily)
"(He-he! There his lily snaps!)"
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Evidence of speaker's hypocrisy (riverbank)
"Blue-black, lustrous, thick like horsehairs"
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Proof of the speaker's lack of evidence
"(That is, if he'd let it show!)"
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Proof that the speaker views his memory as fact
"Cross-wise, to my recollection"
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Proof that the speaker is jealous of Brother L
"We're to have a feast! So nice! One goes to the Abbot's table"
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Proof of the speaker's sabotaging Brother L's plants
"And I, too, at such trouble, Keep them close-nipped on the sly!"
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Proof that the speaker has read ****
"At the woeful sixteenth print"
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Speaker thinks he can trick the devil
"Pledge one's soul to him, yet leave Such a flaw in the indenture"
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Lack of control of speaker (beginning and end of poem"
"Gr-r-r"
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Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Spite of the speaker (weeds)

Back

"What's the Greek name for Swine's Snout?"

Card 3

Front

Spite of the speaker (lily)

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Evidence of speaker's hypocrisy (riverbank)

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Proof of the speaker's lack of evidence

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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