Pericles. the Two Noble Kinsmen. Venus and Adonis. Lucrece. Sonnets. a Lover's Complaint. the Passionate Pilgrim. the Phoenix and Turtle

Pericles. the Two Noble Kinsmen. Venus and Adonis. Lucrece. Sonnets. a Lover's Complaint. the Passionate Pilgrim. the Phoenix and Turtle

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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. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...added a metrical translation of his own. Shirley has formed a masque upon this story, Cupid and Death, 1650 see Shirley's Works, vol. vi. ed. Gifford and Dyce" (BoswE1.L). LOV6'S Tyhurn---The shape of, ii. 198: "An allusion to the gallows of the time, which was usually triangular" (DOUCE). love-springs, love-shoots, ii. 25: see first spring. low-crooked, vi. 647: see note 59, vi. 697. l0W6I' chair, i. 460: "Every house had formerly, among its other furniture, what was called a. low chair, designed for the ease of sick people, and, occasionally, occupied by lazy ones" (STEEVENS). loyal, faithful in love: loyal cantons of condemned love, iii. 341; your true And loyal wife, vii. 445; loyal to his vow, vii. 675; the loyal Leonatus, vii. 681; The loyal'st husband, vii. 638. Lubber's-head, the Hostess's blunder for, or a vulgar corruption of, Libl2ard's (i. e. Leopa.rd's) head, iv. 330. 111065 in their coat--They may give the dozen white, i. 345; The luce ts the fresh fish; the salt fish is an old coat, ibid.: Luce is a pike-fish; and there can be no doubt that we have here an allusion to the armorial bearings of Shakespeare's old enemy Sir Thomas Lucy: "In Ferne's Blazon of Gentry, 1586, quarto, the arms of the Lucy family are represented as an instance that 'signs of the coat should something agree with the name. It is the coat of Gefifray Lord Lucy. He did bear gules, three lueies hariant, argent' " (STEEVENS): "A quartering of the Lucy arms, exhibiting the ' dozen white luces, ' is given in Dugdale's Warwiolcshiro, 1656, p. 348, annexed to a. representation of an early monument to the memory of Thomas, son of Sir William Lucy, ..".show more

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