Marlowe Werke

Marlowe Werke

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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: ... change I vse condemns my faith, And makes my deeds infamous through the world: But, as the Gods, to end the Troyans toile, 2175 Preuented Turnus of Lauinia And fatally enricht Eneas loue, So, for a finall Issue to my griefes, To pacific my countrie and my loue, Must Tamburlaine by their resistlesse powers, 21s0 With vertue of a gentle victorie, Conclude a league of honor to my hope. Then, as the powers deuine haue preordainde, With happy safty of my fathers life Send like defence of faire Arabia. 21s5 They sound to the battailt. And Tamburlaine enioyes the vietory; after Arabia enters wounded. Arabia. What cursed power guides the murthering hands Of this infamous Tyrants souldiers, That no escape may saue their enemies, Nor fortune keep them selues from victory? Lye down, Arabia, wounded to the death, 2190 And let Zenocrates faire eies beholde, That, as for her thou bearst these wretched armes, Euen so for her thou diest in these armes, Leauing thy blood for witnesse of thy loue. 2167 martyrd C. 2168 UUhome B Whome C victorie C. 2169 UUhen B. 2170 duetie C. 2171 Father C. 2173 Wherein BC condemnes BC. 2174 deedes C. 2175 toyle C. 2178 finall small B. 2179 country B Countrie C. 2181 UUith B. 2183 diuine C preordain'd C. 2184 UUith.B happieC saftie C. battell B Battell C victorie BC Enters B. 2187 tyrants Souldiours C. 2189 keepe BC themselues C victorie C. 2190 downe BC. 2191 and C eyes C behold BC. 2192 bear'st C. 2193 dyest C. 2194 thy my B. 2195 Zenocrate. Too deare a witnesse for such loue, my Lord! Behold Zenocrate, the cursed obiect Whose Fortunes neuer mastered her griefs; Behold her wounded in conceit for thee, As much as thy faire body is for me! 2200 Arabia. Then shal I die with full contented heart, Hauing beheld deuine...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 86 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 168g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236950585
  • 9781236950581