Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (3 of 10)

Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (3 of 10)

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Excerpt: ... love me, And hold ye constant, when I have read this story? Is't possible you should ever favour me, To a slight pleasure prove a friend, and fast too, When, where you were most ty'd, most bound to benefit, Bound by the chains of honesty and honour, You have broke and boldly too? I am a weak one, Arm'd only with my fears: I beseech your Grace Tempt me no further. Du. Who taught you this Lesson? Alin. Woful experience, Sir: if you seek a fair one, Worthy your love, if yet you have that perfect, Two Daughters of his ruin'd vertue now Arrive at Court, excellent fair indeed, Sir, But this will be the Plague on't, they're excellent honest. Enter Olympia and Petesca privately. Du. I love thy face. Alin. Upon my life ye cannot: Pg 125 I do not love it my self, Sir, 'tis a lewd one, So truly ill Art cannot mend it; but if 'twere handsome, At least if I thought so, you should hear me talk, Sir, In a new strain; and though ye are a Prince, Make ye Petition to me too, and wait my answers; Yet o' my Conscience I should pity ye, After some ten years siege. Du. Prethee do now. Alin. What would ye do? Du. Why I would lye with ye. Alin. I do not think ye would. Du. In troth I would Wench. Here, take this Jewel. Alin. Out upon't, that's scurvy. Nay, if we do, sure we'll do for good fellowship, For pure love, or nothing: thus you shall be sure, Sir, You shall not pay too dear for't. Du. Sure I cannot. Alin. By'r Lady but ye may: when ye have found me able To do your work well, ye may pay my wages. Pet. Why does your Grace start back? Olym. I ha' seen that shakes me: Chills all my bloud: O where is faith or goodness? Alinda thou art false, false, false thou fair one, Wickedness false; and (wo is me) I see it. For ever false. Pet. I am glad 't has taken thus right. Exeunt. Alin. I'le go ask my Lady, Sir. Du. What? Alin. Whether I shall lye with ye, or no: If I find her willingshow more

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  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236709039
  • 9781236709035