Shakspere Plays Volume 7-8

Shakspere Plays Volume 7-8

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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. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...his hand, another Direfting in his head, his minde, nurfe equall To thefe fo dirrring Twyns; have you obferv'd him, 40 Since our great Lord departed? Hip. With much labour: And I did love him fort, they two have Cabind In many as dangerous, as poore a Corner, 44 Perill and want contending, they have skift Torrents whofe roring tyranny and power I'th leaft of thefe was dreadfull, and they have Fought out together, where Deaths-ferfe was lodgd, 48 Yet fate hath brought them off: Their knot of lov Tide, weau'd, intangled, with fo true, fo long, And with a finger of fo deepe a cunning May be outworne, never undone. I thinke 52 Thefeus cannot be umpire to himfelfe Cleaving his confcience into twaine, and doing Each fide like Iuftice, which he loves beft. Emil. Doubtleffe 56 There is a beft, and reafon has no manners To fay it is not you: I was acquainted Once with a time, when I enjoyd a Play-fellow; You were at wars, when (lie the grave enrichd, 60 Who made too proud the Bed, tooke leave o'th Moone (which then lookt pale at parting) when our count Was each a eleven. C 3 Hip. 2. Hearfes ready with Palamon: and Arcite: the 3. Queenes. Theseus: and his Lordes ready. Hip. Twas Flauia. Emil. Yes You talke of Pirithous and Thefeus love; Theirs has more ground, is more maturely feafond, More buckled with ftrong Iudgement. and their needes The one of th'other may be faid to water Their intertangled rootes of love, but I And fhee (I figh and fpoke of) were things innocent, Lou'd for we did, and like the Elements That know not what, nor why, yet doe effeft Rare iflues by their operance; our foules Did fo to one another; what fhe lik'd, Was then of me approov'd, what not conde1nd No more arraignement, the flowre that I would plncke And put betweene my breafts, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 174 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 322g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236602722
  • 9781236602725