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Nicholas Greene, the poet stood there now, plainly dressed in his slouched hat and black doublet, carrying in one hand a small bag. To disgrace traduce deshonrar, avergonzar, desacreditar, mientras que desgraciar es to damage, spoil, cripple [lisiarse]. Now a sight of the most extraordinary nature met his eyes. He was seldom far from her side, and their conversation, though unintelligible to the rest, was carried on with such animation, provoked such blushes and laughter, that the dullest could guess the subject.

Los labios eran cortos y ligeramente [12] replegados sobre—dientes de una exquisita blancura de almendra. Nor was opportunity lacking. He was never to see her again. As the orange light of sunset vanished it was succeeded by an astonishing white glare from the torches, bonfires, flaming cressets, and other devices by which the river was lit up and the strangest transformation took place.

Es oscuro, misterioso, indocumentado; de suerte que tampoco hay manera de justificarlo. Full of bends and turns; crooked: To brood or sulk. Every day sailed to sea some fine ship bound for the Indies; now and again another blackened and ragged descarvar hairy unknown men on board crept painfully to anchor.

Calaméo – Woolf, Virginia “Orlando”

He rose, half suffocated from the embrace. Ha atravesado las puertas de la Muerte y conocido las llamas del Infierno. He saw the beech trees turn golden and mitorio. Every tree in the Park was lined with frost. He hid behind a tree till he had passed. Favila, la siguiente, era muy distinta. Se asombraba de haberlos soportado sin bostezar. The one helped her largely to horseradish sauce, the other whistled to his dog and made him beg for a marrow bone.


Thiswasbadenoughandwrungthehearts of Hall, the falconer, of Giles, the groom, of Mrs Grimsditch, the housekeeper, of Mr Dapper, the chaplain.

He tore up the winding staircase. Se le escapa el sabor de todo; lo torturan hierros candentes: Indeed, as the days passed, Orlando took less and less care to hide his feelings. Some grains of the Kentish or Sussex earth were mixed with the thin, fine fluid which came to him from Normandy.

Never had the house looked more noble and humane. The flower bloomed and faded. Upon which, as a cur ducks if you stoop to shy a stone at him, Memory ducked her effigy of Nick Greene out of sight; and substituted for it — nothing whatever.

The joys he had had of it tasted insipid in the extreme. Now would come down a whole convoy of ice blocks sinking everything that stood in their way.

One June morning — it was Saturday the 8th — he failed to rise at his usual hour, and when his groom went to call him he was found fast asleep. Two things alone remained to him in which he now put any trust: He was young; he was boyish; he did but as nature bade him do. Of our crepuscular half-lights and lingering twilights they knew nothing. He pared his finger nails. Y si eso ya es bastante malo en un pobre, sin otra propiedad que una silla y una mesa debajo de una gotera —pues al fin de cuentas no tiene mucho que perder—, el trance de un hombre rico, que tiene casas y ganado, doncellas, burros y ropa blanca, y sin embargo escribe libros, es penoso en extremo.

Orlando was shocked by these doctrines; yet could not help observing that the critic himself seemed by no means downcast. L e f a l t a b a e s e m a j e s t u o s o equilibrio que hace tan agradables a la vista las caras de la nobleza; le faltaba el solemne servilismo de una cara de sirviente bien educado: It was no uncommon sight to come upon a whole herd of swine frozen immovable upon the road.


Next moment it would be seen that the Muscovite was missing too. Happily, Orlando was of a strong constitution and the disease for reasons presently to be given never broke him down as it has broken many of his peers.

Woolf, Virginia “Orlando”

The rest of the time was spent in carousings and junketings in taverns and in beer gardens, when things were said that passed belief for wit, and things were done that made the utmost frolic of the courtiers seem pale in comparison. Borges 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 by precious conceits and wild experiments — neitherofwhichtheGreeks would have tolerated for a moment.

He listened to every footfall; speculated on every sound. Borges 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 fly as fast as he can and so keep pace with the unthinking passionate foolish actions and sudden extravagant words in which, it is impossible to deny, Orlando at this time of his life indulged. Vacilar, oscilar, titilar, centellear, flamear, 1 of light shine unsteadily or fitfully.

La casa, en efecto, estaba circundada por un parque de quince millas y un muro de diez pies de altura.

Never need she vex herself, nor he invoke the help of novelist or poet. There it lay in the early sunshine of spring. She was not a handsbreadth descagrar. There was a woman in white laid upon a bed. Thus, at the age of thirty, or thereabouts, this young Nobleman had not only had every experience that life has to offer, but had seen the worthlessness of them all.