The New English Drama; With Prefatory Remarks, Biographical Sketches, and Notes, Critical and Explanatory Volume 2

The New English Drama; With Prefatory Remarks, Biographical Sketches, and Notes, Critical and Explanatory Volume 2

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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. 1818 edition. Excerpt: ...Clara holds one arm, and Louisa the other.) DUET Lou. Turn thee round, I pray thee, Calm awhile thy rage. C./ar. I must help to stay thee, And thy wrath assuage. Lou. 'Tis even so, good brother. Paul. How! what impietyl Did the man want to marry his own sister? Lou. And ar'n't you ashamed of yourself, not to know your own sister? Clar. To drive away your own mistress-Lou. Don't you see how jealousy blinds people? Clar. Aye, and will you ever be jealous again? Clar. No, no, just now you told me not to tease you--" Who do you want, good signior?" " Not you, not you." Oh, you blind wretch l but swear never to be jealous again, and l'll forgive you. Ferd. By all--Clar. There, that will do--you'll keep the oath just as well. (Gives her hand.) Lou. But, brother, here is one, to whom some apology is due. _ I Ferd. Antonio, I am ashamed to think--Ant. Not a word of excuse, Ferdinand--I have not been in love myself without learning that a lover's anger should never be resented--but, come--let us retire with this good father, and we'll explain to you the cause of this error. GLEE AND CHORUS. Oft does Hyman smile to hear Wordy vows of feig"n'd regard; W ell he knows when they're sincere: Never slow to give reward; ' For his glory is to prove Kind to those who wed for love. E.reunt, n.u. Jer. Be sure now let everything he in the best order---let all my servants have on their merriest faces but tell them to get as little drunk as possible, till after supper. ' Enter a SERVANT, L-H. Serv. Sir, here is signior Isaac. Enter ISAAC, R.3. Jer. So, my dear son-in-law--there, take my blessings and forgiveness.--But where's my daughter? where's Louisa? Isaac. She's...show more

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  • Paperback | 78 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 154g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236809734
  • 9781236809735