The Dramatic Works and Poems; Now First Colledted

The Dramatic Works and Poems; Now First Colledted : In 6 Volumes. -The Gentleman of Venice [U.A.] 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. 1833 edition. Excerpt: ...and when you put Their horrors in your visage, look on me. Flo. What hath prepared this bold resolve'! Jul. A hope To be your sacrifice. I was not before Without a thought to wish myself thus laid And at your feet, to beg you would destroy me. Flo. Can you so easily consent to die, And know not whither afterwards this guilt Would fling thy wand'ring soul? Jul. Yes; I would pray, And ask yourself, and the wrong'd world forgive-ness. Fie. Why didst thou use me thus'! T'Veep: . Jul. I could, if you Durst hear me, say something, perhaps, would take, Your charity. Do you weep, gentle madam? And not one crimson drop from me, to wait Upon those precious showers'! Not to invite Your patience upon the lost Juliana, But to call back your tears into their spring, And stay the weeping stream, I can inform you, The duke looks on me now with eyes of anger: I have no interest in a thought from him, That is not arm'd with hate and scorn against me. Fio. This will undo my pity, and assure me Thou hast all this while dissembled with my jus-tice. Jul. I would I might as soon invest my soul With my first purity, as clear this truth! Or, would the loss of him were all that siti-Hcavy upon my heart! I cannot hope For comfort in delays of death, and dare Attend you to him, though it more undo me. Fin. Rise, and obey me, then. Jul. I follow, madam;-My use of life is only meant to serve you. l'TxeunL Hort. Thdis is the place within the wood he promas To meet in; there is saint F elice's chapel, That father Ciprian's cell. I hope my gamestef Will think it fit I should not walk, and wait Too long for him. These businesses of fighting Should be dispatclfd as doctors do prescribe Physical pills, not to be...show more

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  • Paperback | 142 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 268g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236774558
  • 9781236774552