Anthony and Cleopatra (Volume 4) William Shakespeare

ISBN: 9781154075731

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Anthony and Cleopatra (Volume 4)  by  William Shakespeare

Anthony and Cleopatra (Volume 4) by William Shakespeare
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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1908. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... For his vast Soul- and then he starts out wide, AndMoreBook may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1908. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... For his vast Soul- and then he starts out wide, And bounds into a Vice that bears him far From his first course, and plunges him in ills: But, when his danger makes him find his fault, Quick to observe, and full of sharp remorse, He censures eagerly his own misdeeds, Judging himself with Malice to himself, And not forgiving what as Man he did, Because his other parts are more than Man.

He must not thus be loft. Alexas and the Prieft come forward. Alex. You have your full Instructions, now advance- Proclaim your Orders loudly. Strap. Romans, gyptians, hear the Queens Command. Thus Cleopatra bids, Let Labour cease, To Pomp and Triumphs give this happy day, That gave the World a Lord: Tis Anthonys. Live, Anthony- and Cleopatra live. Be this the general Voice sent up to Heavn, And every publick Place repeat this echo.

Vent, afide.] Fine Pageantry Serap. Set out besore your doors The Images of all your Sleeping Fathers, With Laurels crownd- with Laurels wreath your Posts, And st row with FlowVs the Pavement- Let the Priests Do present Sacrifice- pour out the Wine, And call the Gods to join with you in gladness. Vent. Curse on the Tongue that bids this general Joy. Can they be friends of Anthony, who Revel When Anthonys in danger? Hide, for shame, You Romans, your Great Grandsires Images, For sear their Souls should animate their Marbles, To blush at their degenerate Progeny.

Alex. A Love which Jcno.wj> no bounds to Anthony, Would mark the Day with Honours- when all Heavn Labourd for him, when each propitious Star Stood wakesul in his Orb, to watch that Hour, And shed his better influence. Her own Birth-day Meff. The Nature of bad newes insects the Teller. Ant. When it concernes the Foole or Coward: On. Things that are past, are done, with me. Tis thu...



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