The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe; (Selected.) with a Prefatory Notice, Biographical and Critical

The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe; (Selected.) with a Prefatory Notice, Biographical and Critical

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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. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...To carry him, and bring him back again; Provided this, that you my lord of Arundel Will join with me. War. Pembroke, what wilt thou do? Cause yet more bloodshed? Is it not enough That we have taken him, but must we now Leave him on "had I wist," and let him go? Pern. My lords, I will not over-woo your honours, But if you dare trust Pembroke with the prisoner, Upon mine oath, I will return him back. Arun. My lord of Lancaster, what say you in this? Lan. Why, I say, let him go on Pembroke's word. Pern. And you, Lord Mortimer? Y. Mor. How say you, my lord of Warwick? War. Nay, do your pleasures, I know how 'twill prove. Pern. Then give him me. Gav. Sweet sovereign, yet I come To see thee ere I die. War. Not yet, perhaps, If Warwick's wit and policy prevail. Aside. Y. Mar. My lord of Pembroke, we deliver him to you; Return him on your honour. Sound, away. Exeunt all but Pembroke, Arundel, Gaveston, and Pembroke's men. Pern. My lord of Arundel, you shall go with me. My house is not far hence--out of the way A little, but our men shall go along. We that have pretty wenches to our wives, Sir, must not come so near to baulk their lips. Arun. "Pis very kindly spoke, my lord of Pembroke; Your honour hath an adamant of power To draw a prince. Pern. So, my lord. Come hither, James. I do commit this Gaveston to thee. Be thou this night his keeper, in the morning We will discharge thee of thy charge; be gone! Gav. Unhappy Gaveston, whither goest thou now! Exit with Pembroke's men. Horse-boy. My lord, we'll quickly be at Cobham. Exeunt. ACT THE THIRD. Scene I. Enter Gaveston, mourniny, and the Earl of Pembroke's men. Gav. O treacherous Warwick! thus to wrong thy friend. James. I see it is your life these arms pursue. Gav. Weaponless must...show more

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236839420
  • 9781236839428