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The Uses of Parallelism in Some Shakespearean History Plays   Hala Nur

The Uses of Parallelism in Some Shakespearean History Plays

300 страниц. 2011 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Prince Hal: What, old acquaintance, could not all this flesh Keep in a little life? Poor Jack, farewell! I could have better spar'd a better man: O, I should have a heavy miss of thee If I were much in love with vanity: Death hath not struck so fat a deer today, Though many dearer, in his bloody fray. (V. IV. 102-107) HenryIV ************************************************* Antony: I will o'ertake thee, Cleopatra, and Weep for my pardon. So it must be, for now All length is torture; since the torch is out, Lie down and stray no farther. Now all labour Mars what it does – yea, very force entangles Itself with strength. Seal then, and all is done. Eros! – I come, my queen. – Eros! – Stay for me. Where souls do couch on flowers we'll hand in hand And with our sprightly port make the ghosts gaze. (4. 14. 45-53) Antony and Cleopatra
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