I never saw anyone
faint, and I don't choose to make myself all black and blue, tumbling flat as you do.
It is not an accident and it is not because I do not know as much of medicine as anyone
I had never seen anyone
eat so many melons as Peter ate.
He is a very kindly, generous man, and anyone
who has ever written stories will know that it is much more difficult to make kindly, generous characters interesting than unkindly and mean ones.
You are a selfish brute, and you do just as you like without considering anyone
During the first period of my captivity I vowed that if anyone
should free me before a hundred years were passed, I would make him rich even after his death.
The first thing he said then was that he was a fool to go on getting himself killed for anyone
he ever saw, and was determined to be off and stay there no longer, When the Princess learned his intention she entreated him to stay, reminding him that another night would free her from the spell.
To which Sancho answered, "I spent them for my own good, and my wife's, and my children's, and it is they that have made my wife bear so patiently all my wanderings on highways and byways, in the service of my master, Don Quixote; for if after all this time I had come back to the house without a rap and without the ass, it would have been a poor look-out for me; and if anyone
wants to know anything more about me, here I am, ready to answer the king himself in person; and it is no affair of anyone
's whether I took or did not take, whether I spent or did not spend; for the whacks that were given me in these journeys were to be paid for in money, even if they were valued at no more than four maravedis apiece, another hundred crowns would not pay me for half of them.
I should persecute anyone
who would not show me respect.
His was one of those rare organizations, endowed with an obedient intelligence like that of the dog; with a blind valor, a quick eye, and a prompt hand; to whom sight appeared only to be given to see if the king were dissatisfied with anyone
, and the hand to strike this displeasing personage, whether a Besme, a Maurevers, a Poltiot de Mere, or a Vitry.
You see, of late I have grown thin, and my eyes and cheeks have fallen in, and my face has become as white as a sheet; so that anyone
who knew me a year ago would scarcely recognise me now.
We held, justly, as I think, that we had done more for his memory than anyone
else, and we had done it by opening lights into his life.