The Rape of Lvcrece; A True Roman Tragedie. with the Seuerall Songes in Their Apt Places

The Rape of Lvcrece; A True Roman Tragedie. with the Seuerall Songes in Their Apt Places

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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. 1608 edition. Excerpt: ...etn alte kleene, Te moltenflip, emyere a leeut Skerry merry Vtp/tnd ikrry merry vap t/fnd fkfrry merry ruuk, ide bunk. Ede heere wot m bay dedledervue DtdUdruukai Skerry merry, runk, ede bunks tdt beer wot drunkjt. Sext. Gramercies Valeriw, came this hie-Gcrman health as doubleashisdoubledouble ruffe, i'de pledge it. - 'Brut. Were it in Lubcckcs or double double beere their owne natural 1, liquors de pledge it, were itasdeep as his ruffe, let the health go roundabout the board as his band goes roundabout his neckej am no more afraid ofthis dutch fauchio, the I should beofthe heathenishinuention. C-l. I must entreat you spare me, sor my braine brookesnot the fumes of winc.their vaporous strength offends me much. Herat. I would haue none spare me, tor lie spare none, CollatineviiW pledge no health vnlesle it be to his Lutrect. Sext. What's Lucrece but a woman, and what arc women? But tortures and disturbance vnto men. If If they be sonlc th'are odious, and issaire, Th'arc like rich vessels fyl ofpoysnous drugs, Or klce black serpents arm'd with golden scales, For my owne part.thcy shall not trouble me. 'Brut. Srxtm sit fall, for I proclaime my seise a womans chapion, and shall vnhorse thec else. VaU. For my ownc part, Imc amarride man, andllespeake to my wise ro thanke thee Brmm. Am. I haue a wise too, and I thinke, the most vertuous Lady in the world. Seen. I cannot say but that I haue a good wise too, & I loue her.-but if she were in heauen.beshrcw me if I would wish her so much hurt as to desire her copany vpon earth agiii.yctvpomy honour, though lhe be not very faire, she is exceeding honest Brut. Nay the lefle bcautiethelcsse temptation to dispoile her honesty. See. I should be angry with him that should make question of her honour....show more

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  • Paperback | 24 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 64g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236626478
  • 9781236626479