The Dramatic Works of Robert Greene; Alphonsus, King of Arragon. James the Fourth. George-A-Greene, the Pinner of Wakefield. Specimen of the History O

The Dramatic Works of Robert Greene; Alphonsus, King of Arragon. James the Fourth. George-A-Greene, the Pinner of Wakefield. Specimen of the History O

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Author(s)
Professor Robert Greene
Format
Paperback | 86 pages
Dimensions
189 x 246 x 5mm | 168g
Publication date
06 Mar 2012
Publisher
Rarebooksclub.com
Publication City/Country
Miami Fl, United States
Language
English
Illustrations note
Illustrations, black and white
ISBN10
1130059782
ISBN13
9781130059786

Description

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. 1831 Excerpt: ...in this weighty cause: your The 4to. "our." f he The 4to. ' she." Since that our liege hath so unkindly dealt, Give him no trust, return unto your sire, There may you safely live in spite of him. Dor. Ah lady, so would worldly counsel work! But constancy, obedience, and my love, In that my husband is my lord and chief, These call me to compassion of his estate: Dissuade me not, for virtue will not change. Lady An. Whatwondrous constancy isthis I hear! If English dames their husbands love so dear, I fear me, in the world they have no peer. Nano. Come, princess, wend, and let us change your weed: I long to see you now a queen indeed. Exeunt. Enter the King Of Scots, the English Herald, 8rc. and Lords. K. Of Scots. He would have parley, lords: herald, say he shall, And get thee gone: go, leave me to myself. Exit Herald. 'Twixt love and fear continual are the wars: The one assures me of my Ida's love, The other moves me for my murder'd queen. Thus find I grief of that whereon I joy, And doubt in greatest hope, and death in weal, Alas, what hell may be compar'd with mine, Since in extremes my comforts do consist! War then will cease, when dead ones are reviv'd; Some then will yield, when I am dead for hope. Who doth disturb me? Andrew? Andrew enter, with Slipper. And. Ay, my liege. K. Of Scots. What news? are The 4to. " is." And. I think my mouth was made at first To tell these tragic tales, my liefest lord. K. Of Scots. What, is Ateukin dead? tell me the worst. And. No, but your Ida--shall I tell him all?--Is married late--ah! shall I say to whom?--My master sad--for why, he shames the court, --Is fled away; ah most unhappy flight! Only myself--ah who can love you more!--To shew my duty, duty past belief, Am come unto your grace, O graci...


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