Wider Reading, Match Quotations to their Authors

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1. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Sonnet 130 by Shakespeare

  • "be thou as chaste as ice, as pure as snow, thou shalt not escape calumny"
  • "by heaven, I think my love as rare as any yet belied with false compare"
  • "I have to adore the mirror of the earth. You have taught her well how to be beautiful"
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2. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare

  • "Arise fair sun and kill the envious moon"
  • "I have seen them gentle, tame and meek"
  • "for Fate with jealous eye does see two perfect loves nor lets them close"

3. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Captain Corelli's Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres

  • "he loved her too much to jeapodise her happiness"
  • "the whole attilary of love... amorous warfare"
  • "I have to adore the mirror of the earth. You have taught her well how to be beautiful"

4. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: The Woodlanders by Thomas Hardy

  • "I have to adore the mirror of the earth. You have taught her well how to be beautiful"
  • "not worthy to possess the smallest fragment of you"
  • "he expressed himself...as warmly as a man violently in love can be supposed to do"

5. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Love Song by Henry Dumas

  • "we are octaves apart, laughing in octaves together"
  • "I have to adore the mirror of the earth. You have taught her well how to be beautiful"
  • "he loved her too much to jeapodise her happiness"

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