Terence Volume 2

Terence Volume 2

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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. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...amori obsequi oH'rtet. attat eccum Phidippum et patrtm video: horsum pergunt. quid dicam hiscc incertus 450 sum. IAiihrs Dixtin dudum illam dixisse se exspectare filium? III.v Phi. factum. latches venisse aiunt: redeat. Pam. causam quam dicam patri quam ob rem non redducam? lAtchts nescio quem ego hie audivi loqui. Pam. certuin oflirmare est viam me quam decrevi persequi. Laches ipsus est de quo hoc agebam tecum. Pam. salve, mi pater. Laches gnate mi, salve. Phi. bene factum te advenisse, Pamphile; atque adeo, id quod maxumumst, salvom atque validum. Pam. creditur. Laches advenis modo? Pam. admodum. Laches cedo, quid reliquit Phania consobrinus noster? Pam. sane hercle homo voluptati obsequens 168 Par. (aside) Damn him! (aloud) What if he doesn't come? Am I to wait till sunset? Pam. Yes, wait: now be quick. Par. Can't be quick: I'm dead tired. exit. Pam. He's got rid of. What on earth am I to do? I can't in the least see how to hush it up as Myrrina has entreated me, and as I fain would, for I am sorry for the poor lady. I will do what I can consistently with my duty to my parents, for I ought to respect my father before my love. Ah, here are Phidippus and my father: they're coming this way. I can't think what to say to them. Enter Laches And Phidippus. Laches I understood you to say that she was waiting for my son's arrival. Phi. That is so. Laches They tell me he is arrived: let her come back. Pam. (aside) What reason can I give my father for not taking her back? Laches I hear some one speaking there. Pam. (aside) I am resolved to declare my persistence in the course on which I have determined. Laches It's the very man we were speaking of. Pam. A blessing on you, father. Laches Bless you, my son. Phi. It is well you are come, Pamphilus, all the...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236554051
  • 9781236554055