Index to the Works of Shaespeare Giving References to Topics in Notable Passages and Significant Expressions, Brief Histories of the Plays

Index to the Works of Shaespeare Giving References to Topics in Notable Passages and Significant Expressions, Brief Histories of the Plays

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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. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...was supposed to keep away wolves. It fell on February 15th. Liu-chad (robbed), Coriolanus, ii. 2. Lust, wicked fire of, Merry Wives of Windsor, ii. 1; though to an angel linked, Hamlet, i. 5; Venue and Adonis, l. 794; Sonnet czziz. Lustick (lustig, merry), All's Well that Ends Well, ii. 3. Lute, pleasing of a, Richard III., i. 1; melancholy as a 1over's. I. Henry I V., i. 2; broken over the teacher, Taming of the Shrew, ii. 1; music of the, Henry VIII., iii. 1. Lutheran, a spleeny, Henry VIII., iii. 2. Lux tua, etc., Pericles, ii. 2. Thy light is my life. Lying, the world given to, I. Henry I V., v. 3; as easy as, Hannlet, iii. 2; becomes only tradesmen, A Winter's Tale, iv. 3; old men subject to the vice of, II. Henry 1 V., iii. 2. Lychorida, nurse of Marina, in Pericles, first appears in iii., chorus; her death, iv. 1. Lymoges, Archduke of Austria. See Ausram. Lycurgeses, Coriolanus, ii. 1. Lym, a hunting-dog, King Lear, iii. 6. Lysander, character in Midaumnter-Night's Dream, introduced in i. 1, a lover of Hermia. Lysimachus, governor of Mitylene, character in Pericles, first appears in iv. 6; betrothed to Marina, v. 1 or 2. Mab, Queen, Romeo and Juliet, i. 4. Macbeth is a drama sometimes placed first among the histories, but usually with the tragedies. It was included in the folio of 1623: the earliest known allusion to it was made in 1610; and the date of writing is placed between 1604 and 1610. The story is given mainly as it appears in Holinshed's " Chronicles." The circumstances of the assassination are found in Holinshed's accolmt of the murder of King Dufl? by Donwald and his wife in their castle at Fores. The time of the historical action is from 1039 to 1057; but Shakspere has...show more

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