The Works of William Shakspere Volume 1

The Works of William Shakspere 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. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...dam: this is not, t Laid to thy answer: but the last, O lords When I have said, cry 'woe!' t he queer queen, t'st, dear'st creature's dead, and ven;e for't wo i d down yet. ml. The higher powers forbid! say she's dead: I '11 swear't: if word ath it, go and see. If you can bring r lustre in her lip, her eye, i-ardly, or breath within, I '11 serve you d do the gods. But, O thou tyrant! pent these things, for they are heavier iv woes can stir; therefore betake thee U z but despair. A thousand knees and years together, naked, fasting, 210 irren mountain, and still winter, lerpetual, could not move the gods A Go on, go on; t not speak too much: I have deserv'd s to talk their bitterest. Say no more be business goes, yon have made faulty luess of your speech. I am sorry for't: I luakc, when I shall come to know t. Alas! I haveshow'd too much ess of a woman: he is touch'd blc heart. What's gone and whatV idp past grief: do not receive affliction itiou; I beseech you rather punish'd, that have minded you ii should forget Now, good my liege, ir. forgive a foolish woman: bore yonr queen, --lo, fool again!--of her no more, nor of your children; member you of my own lord, t too: take your patience to you, m ly nothing. Thou didst speak but wellv st the truth, which I receive muchl pitied of thee. Prithee, bring mc d bodies of my queen and son: shall be for both: upon them shall 1 of their death appear, unto perpetual. Once a day I '11 visit I where they lie, and tears shed there iv recreation: so long as nature up with this exercise so long 2 0 to use it. Come and load me 1 sorrows. Exeunt. I.--Bohemia. A desert Country near the Sea. ISTIGOXUS, with the Child; and a Mariner. on art perfect then, our ship hath i upon of Bohemia 1 Ay....show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 31mm | 1,061g
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  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236843959
  • 9781236843951