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Robert Frost, imagining his final resting place, said, "I would have written of me on my stone: I had a lover's quarrel with the world." Although T.S.
Whether a lover's quarrel gone horribly wrong, a premeditated hate crime, or a random act of violence, her death was certainly a tragedy and a shock.
But as the political scientist Michael Nelson has noted, this was really a "lover's quarrel with the presidency." Liberals disillusioned by the lies and abuses of LBJ and Nixon grumbled about presidential power while secretly pining for the restoration of Camelot.
Lover's Quarrel. He lives in Montreal where he works as an
'The office is not a place either for a lover's quarrel, which could be annoying and inappropriate to colleagues.
The two agencies have been engaged in a lover's quarrel over renewal of their Columbia River fisheries management vows.
The book under review, as it pursues Lurie's serialized romance with Merrill, vacillates between praise and condemnation, the literary equivalent of a lover's quarrel, with the emphasis on "quarrel." You can't help asking why, if she came to dislike Merrill and what he stood for, she didn't simply stop seeing him.
Last week, the police said the attack could be linked to a lover's quarrel.
"It was some sort of lover's quarrel and it seems that someone went mad.
It sounds like a lover's quarrel, and in a sense it was.
But his was "a lover's quarrel" with his country, as his biographer puts it; Rugg was a constructive critic deeply devoted to "building a better America.(9)
Fainall walks away with Mirabell, leaving Fainall to have a lover's quarrel with Mrs.