Terence's Comedies Volume 2

Terence's Comedies Volume 2

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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. 1810 edition. Excerpt: ...ACT IV. SCENE L ARGUMENT. Phidippus knows of his Daughter's being brought to be;!, and expostulates with his wife for concealing it; charging her as the cause of the difference between Pamphilus and Philuntena. MYRRHINA, PHIDIPPUS u/yr.T'M undone! What shall I do! Which way turn myself? JL What answer shall I give my husband? for I fear he heard the child crying, he run so hastily into his daughter chamber, without ANNOTATIONS. We have feen in the laft fcene, that PH-ing offended at the haughty behaviour of Of W leaves Lmtei in a grc.it huff, as be-1 Pamftilur, It is no wonder, if thus Hil' guftedt t j./ partum celaverity isf quod auctor At discidii inter Pamphilum &? iJhilumenam. MYRRHINA, PHIDJPPUs ORDO PERU, quid agam? quo me vortam? quid viro meo, respondebo Misera?nam audivisse vocem pueri visu' est vagientis: viro? Nam visus est audivisse vocem pueri vagientis: ANNOTATIONS. gustcd, heresolves to use no constraintwith 1 scene gives a very different turn to his way his daughter, but leaveit toner own choice of thinking. For coming directly home, to stay, or return. But what happens u this after he left Laches, it chanced to be soon after My. Perii, quid agam? quo vertam me? Quid misera respondebo meo out speaking a word. If he ccmes to know that she is brought to bed, I can't think what excuse to form for keeping it a secret. But the door opens; I believe he's coming out to me. I'm ruined. Phi My wife, when she saw me run to my daughter, slipt out of doors: but here she is. How now, Myrrhina i What have you to say for yourself? Hark ye, I speak to you. Myr. To me, husband f Phi. I your husband? do you regard me as a husband, or even as a man? For had you ever taken me for either, woman, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 164 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 304g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236966538
  • 9781236966537