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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Alfred Tennyson Tennyson. (1809–1892) (continued)
 
6843
    As love, if love be perfect, casts out fear,
So hate, if hate be perfect, casts out fear.
          Idylls of the King: Merlin and Vivien. Line 41.
6844
    It is the little rift within the lute
That by and by will make the music mute,
And ever widening slowly silence all.
          Idylls of the King: Merlin and Vivien. Line 386.
6845
            Blind and naked Ignorance
Delivers brawling judgments, unashamed,
On all things all day long.
          Idylls of the King: Merlin and Vivien. Line 662.
6846
    For men at most differ as heaven and earth,
But women, worst and best, as heaven and hell.
          Idylls of the King: Merlin and Vivien. Line 812.
6847
    I know the Table Round, my friends of old;
All brave and many generous and some chaste.
          Idylls of the King: Merlin and Vivien. Line 814.
6848
    I thought that he was gentle, being great;
O God, that I had loved a smaller man!
I should have found in him a greater heart.
          Idylls of the King: Merlin and Vivien. Line 869.
6849
    There must be now no passages of love
Betwixt us twain henceforward evermore.
          Idylls of the King: Merlin and Vivien. Line 911.
6850
            But friend, to me
He is all fault who hath no fault at all.
For who loves me must have a touch of earth.
          Idylls of the King: Lancelot and Elaine. Line 132.
6851
    Ye know right well, how meek soe’er he seem,
No keener hunter after glory breathes.
          Idylls of the King: Lancelot and Elaine. Line 154.
6852
                    The fire of God
Fills him. I never saw his like; there lives
No greater leader.
          Idylls of the King: Lancelot and Elaine. Line 314.
6853
            In me there dwells
No greatness, save it be some far-off touch
Of greatness to know well I am not great.
          Idylls of the King: Lancelot and Elaine. Line 447.
 

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