The Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies of Mr. William Shakespeare as Presented at the Globe and Blackfriars Theatres, Circa 1591-1623 Volume 5

The Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies of Mr. William Shakespeare as Presented at the Globe and Blackfriars Theatres, Circa 1591-1623 Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...I am none of his flurt 12831013 Which to the hightop-gallant of my ioy 1025 Oh she is lazie, Loues heralds should be thoughts, 986 gills, I am none of his skaines mates. 987 She turnes to Peter her man. 988 And thou like a knaue must stand by, and see euerie Iacke g8g vie me at his pleasure. 990 Pet: I see no bodie vse you at his pleasure, if I had, I 991 would soone haue drawen: you know my toole is as soone 992 out as anothers if I see time and place. 1257 993 Nur: Now afore God he hath so vext me, that euerie 994 member about me quiuers: scuruie Iacke: But as I said, my 995 Ladie bad me seeke ye out, and what shee bad me tell yee, 996 that He keepe to my selfe: but if you should lead her into a 997 fooles paradice as they saye, it were a verie grosse kinde of 998 behauiour as they say, for the Gen tle worn an is yong. Now 999 if you should deale doubly with her, it were verie weake 1000 dealing, and not to be offered to anie Gentlewoman. 12661001 Rom: Nurse, commend me to thy Ladie, tell her I pro 1002 test. 1003 Nur: Good heart: yfaith He tell her so: oh she will be 1004 a ioyfull woman. 1005 Rom: Why, what wilt thou tell her? 1006 Nur: That you doo protest: which (as I take it) is a 1007 Gentlemanlike proffer. 1008 Rom: Bid her get leaue to morrow morning 12751009 To come to shrift to Frier Laurence cell: 1280 1010 And stay thou Nurse behinde the Abbey wall, ion My man shall come to thee, and bring along 1012 The cordes, made like a tackled staire, downe,& a were lustier then he is, and twentie such Iacks: 1248 and if I cannot, Ile finde those that shall: scuruie knaue, I 1249 am none of his flurt-gils, I am none of his skaines mates, 1250 and thou must stand by too and suffer euery knaue to vse 1251 me at his pleasure. 1252 Pet....show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
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  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236903625
  • 9781236903624