He had made himself helpless beyond his affliction, to enslave
This was all we ever had to do until the Golden Cap fell into the hands of the Wicked Witch of the West, who made us enslave
the Winkies, and afterward drive Oz himself out of the Land of the West.
You see, Monsieur, it's worth everything, isn't it, to keep one's intellectual liberty, not to enslave
one's powers of appreciation, one's critical independence?
The rendering a people fit for war, that they may enslave
their inferiors ought not to be the care of the legislator; but that they may not themselves be reduced to slavery by others.
He was a bad man and a powerful monarch, and he had resolved to destroy the Land of Oz and its magnificent Emerald City, to enslave
Princess Ozma and little Dorothy and all the Oz people, and recover his Magic Belt.
was Gluck's reply--"to sell to you that which would enable you to enslave
and maltreat suffering Humanity?
What do these worthies But rob and spoil, burn, slaughter, and enslave
Peaceable nations, neighbouring or remote, Made captive, yet deserving freedom more Than those their conquerors, who leave behind Nothing but ruin wheresoe'er they rove, And all the flourishing works of peace destroy; Then swell with pride, and must be titled Gods, Great benefactors of mankind, Deliverers, Worshipped with temple, priest, and sacrifice?
I sometimes wonder that we can be so frivolous, I may almost say, as to attend to the gross but somewhat foreign form of servitude called Negro Slavery, there are so many keen and subtle masters that enslave
both North and South.
But I want to view the matter, Thrasymachus, in a different way: You would not deny that a state may be unjust and may be unjustly attempting to enslave
other states, or may have already enslaved them, and may be holding many of them in subjection?
I see she is playing double between him and Lord Lowborough, and while she amuses herself with the lively Huntingdon, she tries her utmost to enslave
his moody friend; and should she succeed in bringing both to her feet, the fascinating commoner will have but little chance against the lordly peer.
Thus, not all the charms of the incomparable Sophia; not all the dazzling brightness, and languishing softness of her eyes; the harmony of her voice, and of her person; not all her wit, good-humour, greatness of mind, or sweetness of disposition, had been able so absolutely to conquer and enslave
the heart of poor Jones, as this little incident of the muff.