The Music of Shakspere's Time. the Domestic Life of Shakspere's Time. the Doctors of Shakspere's Time. the Metrical Tests. Man's Relations to the Supernatural as Show

The Music of Shakspere's Time. the Domestic Life of Shakspere's Time. the Doctors of Shakspere's Time. the Metrical Tests. Man's Relations to the Supernatural as Show

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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. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ... I would not leese, Though I should be bound to lyve with bread and cheese.... I can with a worde make him fayne or loth, I can with as much make him pleased or wroth, I can when I will make him mery and glad, I can when me lust make him sory and sad, I can set him in hope and eke in dispaire, I can make him speak rough and make him speake faire.... I wyll seeke him out: But loe he commeth thys way, I have yond espied hym sadly comming, And in love for twentie pounde, by hys glommyng. Scene II of the first act now begins: RAFE ROYSTER DOYSTER entering to MATHEW MERYGREEKE. R. Royster. Come death when thou wilt, I am weary of my life. M. Mery. I tolde you I, we should wowe another wife. R. Royster. Why did God make me suche a goodly person? M. Mery. He is in by the weke, we shall have sport anon. R. Royster. And where is my trustie friende Mathew Merygreeke? M. Mery. I wyll make as I sawe him not, he doth me seeke. R. Royster. I have hym espyed me thinketh, yond is hee, Hough, Mathew Merygreeke, my friend, a worde with thee. M. Mery. I wyll not heare him, but make as I had haste, Farewell all my good friends, the tyme away dothe waste, And the tide they say tarieth for no man. R. Royster. Thou must with thy good counsell helpe me if thou can. M. Mery. God keepe thee worshypfull Maister Royster Doyster, And fare well the lustie Maister Royster Doyster. R. Royster. I must needes speake with thee a worde or twaine. M. Mery. Within a month or two I will be here againe, Negligence in greate affaires ye knowe may marre all. R. Royster. Attende upon me now, and well rewards thee I shall. M. Mary. I have take my leave and the tide is well spent. R. Royster. I die except thou helpe, I pray thee be content, Do thy part well nowe, and aske what thou...show more

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  • Paperback | 102 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236838599
  • 9781236838599