The Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies of Mr. William Shakespeare as Presented at the Globe and Blackfriars Theatres, Circa 1591-1623; Being the Text Furnished the Players, in Parallel Pages with the First Revised Folio Text, Volume . 22
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...from your eye. Ant. S. For gazing on your beams, fair sun, being by. Luc. Gaze where you should, and that will clear your sight. Ant. S. As good to wink, sweet love, as look on night. Luc. Why call you me love? call my sister so. Ant. S. Thy sister's sister. Luc. That's my sister. Ant. S. No; 60 It is thyself, mine own self s better part, Mine eye's clear eye, my dear heart's dearer heart, My food, my fortune and my sweet hope's aim, My sole earth's heaven and my heaven's claim. Luc. All this my sister is, or else should be. tAnt. S. Call thyself sister, sweet, for I am thee. 853 Thee will I loue, and with thee lead my life; 854 Thou haft no husband yet, nor I no wife: 855 Giue me thy hand. in. ii. 856 Luc. Oh foft fir, hold y-u: 7 857 He fetch my fifter to get her good will. Exit. 858 Enter Dromio, Siracufia. 859 Ant. Why how now Dromio, where run'ft thou fo 860 faft? 861 S.Dro. Doe you know me fir? Am I Dromio? Am I 862 your man? Am I my felfe? 863 Ant. Thou art Dromio, thou art my man, thou art 864 thy felfe. m.ii. 865 Dro. I am an alfe, I am a woman's man, and befides 80 866 my felfe. 867 Ant. What womans man? and how befides thy 868 felfe? 869 Dro. Marrie fir, befides my felfe, I am due to a woman: 870 One that claimes me, one that haunts me, one that will 871 haue me. 872 tAnti. What claime laies f he to thee? 873 Dro. Marry fir, fuch claime as you would lay to your 874 horfe, and fhe would haue me as a beaft, not that I bee87S ing a beaft fhe would haue me, but that fhe being a ve TTT H 876 "e beaftly creature layes claime to me. 9 877 Anti. What is fhe? 878 Dro. A very reuerent body: I fuch a one, as a man 879 may not fpeake of, without he fay fir reuerence, I haue 880 but leane lucke in the match, and yet fhe is a wondrous 881 fat...
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