The Comedy of Mucedorus, Band 2

M. Niemeyer, 1878 - 79 Seiten
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Seite 12 - The chidden billow seems to pelt the clouds ; The wind-shaked surge, with high and monstrous mane, Seems to cast water on the burning bear, And quench the guards of the ever-fixed pole : I never did like molestation view On the enchafed flood.
Seite 63 - And (that which is worst) their ground is not so unperfect as their working indiscreet ; not weighing, so the people laugh, though they laugh them (for their follies) to scorn : many times (to make mirth) they make a clown companion with a king : in their grave councils they allow the advice of fools ; yea, they use one order of speech for all persons, a gross indecorum...
Seite 48 - Seg. Tis well, Segasto, that thou hast thy will ; Should such a shepherd, such a simple swain as he, Eclipse thy credit, famous through the court ? No, ply, Segasto, ply ; let it not in Aragon be said, A shepherd hath Segasto's honour won.
Seite 9 - In time of yore, when men like brutish beasts Did lead their lives in loathsome cells and woods And wholly gave themselves to witless will, A rude unruly rout, then man to man Became a present prey, then might prevailed, The weakest went to walls: Right was unknown, for wrong was all in all.
Seite 29 - Luckless his lot, and caitiff-like accurst, At whose proceedings fortune ever frowns: Myself, I mean, most subject unto thrall; For I, the more I seek to shun the worst, The more by proof I find myself accurs'd.
Seite 53 - I call'd for three pots of ale, as 'tis the manner of us courtiers. Now, sirrah, I had taken the maidenhead of two of them — now, as I was lifting up the third to my mouth, there came, Hold him, hold him...
Seite 33 - Thou shalt not need, if thou wilt dwell with me, 75 thou shalt want nothing. Mouse. Shall I not? Then here's my hand, I'll dwell with you. And hark you, sir! now you have entertained me, I will tell you what I can do. I can keep my tongue from picking and stealing, and my hands from lying and 80 slandering, I warrant you, as well as ever you had man in all your life.
Seite 39 - Sometimes we feed on fancies With the sweet of our desires: sometimes again We feel the heat of extreme miseries. Now am I in favour about the court and country, To-morrow those favours will turn to frowns, To-day I live revenged on my foe, To-morrow I die, my foe revenged on me.
Seite 3 - A Most pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus the Kings sonne of Valentia, and Amadine the Kings daughter of Aragon. With the merry conceites of Mouse.
Seite 38 - Segasto now living will honour the dead Corpse of Tremelio with revenge.— Blood-thirsty villain, born and bred In merciless murder, tell me how durst thou be so bold As once to lay thy hands upon the least of mine ? Assure thyself, thou shalt be used According to the law. Muc. Segasto, cease ! these threats are needless. Accuse me not of murder, that have done Nothing but in mine own defence. Seg'.

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