The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood; Now First Collected with Illustrative Notes and a Memoir of the Author Volume 5

The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood; Now First Collected with Illustrative Notes and a Memoir of the Author 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. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ... Alas tis madnes (pardon him) not spleene, Nor is it hate, but frenzie, we are pleafd To heare the Gods propitious to our prayers. But whither's Sextus gone? refolve us Codes, We faw thee in his parting follow him. Hora. I heard him fay, he would straight take his horfe And to the warlike Gabines enemies To Rome, and you. Tar. Save them we have no opposites. Dares the proud boy confederate with our foes 1 Attend us Lords, we must new battle wage, And with bright armes confront the proud boyes rage. Exeunt. Manet Lucretius, Collatine, Horatius, Valerius, Seevola. V Hor. Had I as many foules as drops of blood In thefe brancht vaines, as many lives as starres--1 Stuck in yond' azure Rofe, and were to die More deaths then I have wasted weary minutes, I To grow to this, ide hazard all and more, To purchafe freedome to this bondag'd Rome. I'me vext to fee this virgin conquereffe Weare shackles in my sight. Luc. Oh would my teares Would rid great Rome of thefe prodigious feares. Enter Brutus. Bru. What, weeping ripe Lucretius? possible? now Lords, Lads, friends, fellows, yong madcaps, gallants, and old courtly ruffians, all fubjects under one tyranny, and therefore should be partners of one and the fame unanimity. Shall we goe single our felves by two and two, and go talk treafon? then tis but his yea, and my nay, if we be cald lo question: Or shals goe ufe fome violent bustling to breake through this thorny fervitude, or shal we every man go sit like, O man in desperation, and with Lucretius weepe at Romes mifery: now am I for all things any thing or nothing, I can laugh with Scevola, weepe with this good old man, sing oh hone hone with Valerius, fret with Horatius Codes, be mad like my felfe, or neutrize with Collatine. Say what shal's doe....show more

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  • Paperback | 108 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 209g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236821696
  • 9781236821690