Shakespere's Loves Labors Lost; The First Quarto, 1598

Shakespere's Loves Labors Lost; The First Quarto, 1598

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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. 1598 edition. Excerpt: ...flaue, it is but this t The PrincefTe comes to hunt here in the Parke, And in her traine there is a gentle Ladie: When tongues fpeake fweetcly, then they name her name, And Rpfiime they call her, aflce for hers And to her white hand fee thou do commend This feald-vp counfaile, Ther's thy guerdon t goe. Clorv. Gardon, O fweete gardon, bertcr then remunerado, a leuenpence-farthing better: moil fweete gardon. Iwill do it fir in print gardon remuneration. "Ber. and I forfoth in loue.T that haue been loues whip? Averie Bedell to a numerous figh, a Crietick, nay a night-watch Confiable. A domineering pedant ore the Boy, then whom no mor-tall fo magnificent. This wimpled whyning purblind wayward Boy, This fignior luniat gyant dwarffe, dan (uptJ, Regent of Loue-rimes, Lord of folded armes, Th'annoynted foueraigne offighes and grooncsf Liedge of all loyrerers and maleronrentst Dread Prince ofPlaccats, Kingof Codpeeces. Sole Emperator and great generali Of trotting Parrators(0 my litle hart.) And I to be a Corporall of his fielde, And wcare his coloures like a Tumblers hoope- What.? 1 loue, I fue, I feeke a wife, A woman that is like a lermanc Cloake, Still a repairingteucr out of frame, And neuer going a right, beine a Watcht But being watchr, that it may (till go right. Nay to be periurde, which is wont of all: And among three to loue the word of all, A whitly wanton, with a velue t brow, With two pitch balles ilucke in her face for eyes, I and by heauen, one that will do the deede, Though Argm were her eunuch and her garde. And 1 to fign for her, to watch for her, Quee, Was that the king that fpurd his horlc fo hard, Againft the fteepe vp rifing of the hill? Fcrr- I know not, but I tbinke it was not he Quee. Who ere a was, a fhowd a...show more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 123651212X
  • 9781236512123