The Poetical Works of Lord Byron; In 10 Vol Volume 8

The Poetical Works of Lord Byron; In 10 Vol Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1854 edition. Excerpt: ... strange they should, when such as he may put them To hazard at his pleasure. Oh l thou worldl Thou art indeed a melancholy jest! Exit GABOR. SCENE II. The Apartment of WERNER, in the Palace. Enter JOSEPHINE and Uunc. Jos. Stand back, and let me look on thee again! My Ulric l--my beloved!--can it be--After twelve years? Ulr. My dearest mother! Jos. Yes! My dream is realised--how beautiful l--How more than all I sigh'd for! Heaven receive A mother's thanks l--a mother's tears of joyl This is indeed thy work!--At such an hour, too, He comes not only as a son, but saviour. Ulr. If such a joy await me, it must double What I now feel, and lighten from my heart A part of the long debt of duty, not Of love (for that was ne'er withheld)--forgive me! This long delay was not my fault.(1) J03. _ I know it, But cannot think of sorrow now, and doubt (1) Ulric behaves far too hopefully and too dutifully for an assassin and a brigand. He is of the Giaour and the Lara order_ a Westall rufiian. Eon. Rem M 4 If I e'er felt it, 'tis so dazzled from My memory by this oblivious transport l--My son! Enter WERNER. VVer. What have we here, --more strangers? Jos. No! Look upon him! What do you see? Wer. A stripling, For the first time Ulr. (kneeling). For twelve long years, my father! Wer. Oh, God! i Jos. He faints! Wer. No-I am better now-Ulric! (Embraces him.) Ulr. My father, Siegendorf! Wer. (starting). Hush! boy--The walls may hear that name!.Ulr. What then? VVer. Why, then But we will talk of that anon. Remember, I must be known here but as Werner. Come! Come to my arms again! Why, thou look'st all I should have been, and was not. Josephine! Sure 'tis no father's fondness dazzles me; But, had I seen that form amid..show more

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  • Paperback | 102 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236554191
  • 9781236554192