Her "Old Stoic" and "Last Lines" are probably the finest achievement of poetry that any woman has given to English literature.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3" by Various
The whole phrase would thus be equivalent to 'solemn doctors of the Stoic sect.
"Milton's Comus" by John Milton
Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius were stoics.
"The Necessity of Atheism" by Dr. D.M. Brooks
Sophists, Socrates and the, viii, 18; the Stoics compared with, viii, 53.
"Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 14" by Elbert Hubbard
The stoic and profound philosopher is not diminished by an external debasement.
"Napoleon the Little" by Victor Hugo
Epictetus, one of the ablest of the Stoic philosophers, was a slave.
"The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917" by Various
It was accepted by all classes, but specially by the Stoic philosophers.
"Outlines of Greek and Roman Medicine" by James Sands Elliott
However, it is due to him to say that he bore his surprises and pains with the uncomplaining resignation of a Stoic.
"The Norsemen in the West" by R.M. Ballantyne
The shock revived him, but it also quelled the stoic in his breast.
"Personal Reminiscences in Book Making" by R.M. Ballantyne
Lithe though she was, she loved supineness, but upon occasion could endure like a stoic.
"The Confidence-Man" by Herman Melville
Then there is no rashness shown
In repeating it once more,
Since to hear or to ignore
Suits alike your stoic coldness.
"The Two Lovers Of Heaven: Chrysanthus And Daria - Act I" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
But you would not have had me plan
To make your figure more heroic;
For you would rather be a man
Than just a marble hearted stoic.
"Robert E. Lee" by Gamaliel Bradford
Say why is the stern eye averted with scorn,
Of the stoic, who passes along?
And why frowns the maid, else as mild as the morn,
On the victim of falshood and wrong?
"Stanzas" by Thomas Gent
These enjoyments are sacred, and who shall explain
How such scenes can a comfort bestow;
The stoic may reason, and reason in vain,
On a pleasure he never shall know.
"The Reflections Of A Serious Moment" by Elizabeth Bath
But through such strange illusions have they
Who in life's pilgrimage have baffled striven--
Even death may prove unreal at the last,
And stoics be astounded into heaven.
"Epilogue" by Herman Melville
The Word which the reason of Plato discerned;
The truth, as whose symbol the Mithra-fire burned;
The soul of the world which the Stoic but guessed,
In the Light Universal the Quaker confessed!
"The Quaker Alumni" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Drivers stoic in face of rising prices By Chris Bishop Staff writer Calkins Media, Inc.
Spurs can't help but smile at play of stoic Leonard.
Area Rug Vendors Stoic on Second Half.
Tokyo Residents Stoic Amid War-Like Conditions.
A Stoic Torre Waits Out A Drought.
The mood inside was stoic .
We aren't claiming that the president's a secret Stoic .
We mentioned Barack Obama's Stoic demeanor above–and there's some more evidence for it in his recent interview with Michael Lewis.
Even so, it's a tad strange to think of the stoic Penn taking part in car chases and gunfights, but that seems like it's close to happening.
Chaz Bundick is stoic amidst video's luxe trappings.
Normally stoic and steady, Joker Phillips had trouble containing his emotions the day the University of Kentucky named him its head coach in waiting.
A normally stoic president sheds tears over mass shooting of 'our children.
The stoic sideline demeanor of coach Dennis Allen is a curiosity to Raiders fans who would like to see a little more fire.
Big, stoic dairy barns reminding us of an earlier time.
Sure, the Athletics outfielder and former Yankee became the first player to ever hit 500 home runs combined in MLB and the Japanese Leagues on Wednesday, but Matsui is remaining quite stoic about his accomplishment.