Shilling Annotated Plays of Shakspeare for Students; Each Play with Explanatory and Illustrative Notes Critical Remarks and Other AIDS to a Thorough Understanding of the Drama. Edited for the Use of Schools and Students Preparing Volume 1

Shilling Annotated Plays of Shakspeare for Students; Each Play with Explanatory and Illustrative Notes Critical Remarks and Other AIDS to a Thorough Understanding of the Drama. Edited for the Use of Schools and Students Preparing Volume 1

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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. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ... &c. ' The Spaniard denotes the Spanish court, and is referred to by the plural PI'On0l111 they. K. Hen. Two equal men." The queen shall be acquainted, Forthwith, for what you come: --Where 's Gardiner? Wol. I know your majesty has always loved her So dear in heart, not b to deny 1 her that 2 A woman of less place might ask by law, Scholars 3 allowed freely to argue for her. K. Hen. Ay, and the best she shall have; and my favour 4 To him that does best; God forbid else.5 Cardinal, Prithee call Gardiner to me, my new secretary; I find him a fit fellow. Exit WOLsEY. Re-enter WoLsEY, with GARDINER. Wol. Give me your hand: much joy and favour to you; You are the king's now. Gard. But 6 to be commanded For ever by your grace, whose hand has raised me. Aside K. Hen. Come hither, Gardiner. They converse apart. ' The word equal here means impartial, and has reference to what is said in the preceding line. " As not to deny her that which a woman of lower rank might claim by law, viz., scholars, &c. ' Not to deny, conjunctive use of the infinitive; =that you will not deny. 2 That = that which. Similarly, in Julius Caesar, ' You have done that you should be sorry for.' ' Scholars, objective, in apposition to the demonstrative pronoun that. ' My favour shall be to him. " Else=any thing dilferent; noun, objective. " But=only, an adverb. Cam. My lord of York, was not one doctor Pace In this man's place before him? Cam. Believe me, there 's an ill opinion spread, then, ' Even of yourself, lord cardinal. Wol. How l of me? Cam. They will not stick to say you cnvied him; b And fearing he _would rise, he was so virtuous, Kept him a foreign man still; which so grieved him, ...show more

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  • English
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