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" What ails my queen ? Is she fall'n sick of late ? Dido. Not sick, my love, but sick : I must conceal The torment that it boots me not reveal; And yet I'll speak, and yet I'll hold my peace: Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief: ^Eneas, thou art "
Old English Drama: A Selection of Plays from the Old English Dramatists - Sivu 37
1825
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Dido, Queen of Carthage: A Tragedy

Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Nash - 1825 - 63 sivua
...Cupid's shape, And I must perish in his burning arms : .•Kueas, O ./Kiiefis! quench these flames. ^En. What ails my queen ? Is she fall'n sick of late ?...peace: Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief^ .•Knwis, thou art he ! what did I say ? \ Something it was that now I have forgot. f jEn. What means...

The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Niteet 1–3

Christopher Marlowe - 1826
...Cupid's shape, And I roust perish in his burning arms: .Kncas, O ./Eneas ! quench these flames. Mv. What ails my queen ? Is she fall'n sick of late? DIDO....peace : Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief: .iEneas, thou art he! what did I say ? Something it was that now I have forgot. ./EN.What means fair...

The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 407 sivua
...burning arm« : jEueiw. 0 .liue.is, quench these flames ! ./••a- What ails my queen? ia she fain sick of late? Dido. Not sick, my love; but sick I must conceal The torment that it boote me not reveal : And yet I'll speak,—and yet I'll hold my peace. Do shame her worst, I will...

Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe, John Addington Symonds - 1887 - 430 sivua
...quench these flames ! sE«. What ails my queen ? is she fain sick of late ? Dido. Not sick, my Ibve ; but sick I must conceal The torment that it boots...peace. Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief : tineas, thou art he—what did I say ? Something it was that now I have forgot. It seems likely that...

Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe - 1893 - 430 sivua
...in his burning arms : /Eneas, O /Eneas, quench these flames ! /En. What ails my queen ? is she fain sick of late ? Dido. Not sick, my love ; but sick...torment that it boots me not reveal: And yet I'll speak,—and yet I'll hold my peace. Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief : /EiK-as, thou art...

Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe - 1893 - 430 sivua
...his burning arms : tineas, O /Eneas, quench these flames ! .^f«. What ails my queen ? is she fain sick of late ? Dido. Not sick, my love ; but sick...torment that it boots me not reveal: And yet I'll speak,—and yet I'll hold my peace. Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief : tineas, thou art...

The greater poems of Virgil, Nide 1

Virgil - 1895 - 307 sivua
...efiari, etc. : cf. the confused words of the queen to .¿Eneas in Marlowe and Nash, Dido, act iii : And yet I'll speak —and yet I'll hold my peace. Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief : yEneas, thou art he — what did I say ? Something it was that now I have forgot. 77. eadem, she,...

Aeneis; Bucolica; Georgica: The Greater Poems of Virgil

Virgil - 1898
...effari, etc. : cf. the confused words of the queen to Л'^пеаз in Marlowe and Nash, Dido, act iii : And yet I'll speak —and yet I'll hold my peace. Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief : Aeneas, thou art he —what did I say? Something it was that now I have forgot. 77. eadem, she, again...

The Plays

Christopher Marlowe - 2000 - 546 sivua
...in his burning arms: Aeneas, 0 Aeneas, quench these flames! AENEAS What ails my queen? Is she fain sick of late? DIDO Not sick, my love; but sick I must...peace. Do shame her worst, I will disclose my grief: [exit Aeneas, thou art he — what did I say? Something it was that now I have forgot. 30 ¿i¿s What...
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