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" Yet who so wretched but desires to live ? O, let me live, great Neoptolemus!" Not mov'd at all, but smiling at his tears, This butcher, whilst his hands were yet held up, Treading upon his breast, struck off his hands. Dido. O end, "
Old English Drama: A Selection of Plays from the Old English Dramatists - Sivu 19
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Hamlet. Titus Andronicus

William Shakespeare - 1788
...To whom the aged king thus trembling spoke : &c.— " Not mov'd at all, but smiling at his teares, " This butcher, whilst his hands were yet held up, " Treading upon his breast, strooke off his • hands. " Dido. O end, ./Eneas, I can heare no more. " j£a. At which the frantick...

The Plays of William Shakespeare: With the Corrections and ..., Nide 15

William Shakespeare - 1809
...To whom the aged king thus trembling spoke : &c.— ' Not mov'd at all, but smiling at his teares, ' This butcher, whil'st his hands were yet held up, ' Treading upon his breast, stroke off his hands. " Dido. O end, jEneas, I can hear no more. " AM. At which the franticke queene...

The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare: With the Corrections and ..., Nide 7

William Shakespeare - 1821
...To whom the aged king thus trembling spoke : &c.— ' Not mov'd at all, but smiling at his teares, ' This butcher, whil'st his hands were yet held up, " Treading upon his breast.stroke off his hands. " Dido. O end, .•Eneas, I can hear no more. " JEn. At which the franticke...

Dido, Queen of Carthage: A Tragedy

Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Nash - 1825 - 63 sivua
...fortune's turn'd! King of this city, but my Troy is fir'd! And now am neither father, lord, nor king! Vet who so wretched but desires to live ? O, let me live, great Neoptolemus 1" Not mov'd at all, but smiling at his tears, This butcher, whilst his hands were yet held up, Treading...

The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Niteet 1–3

Christopher Marlowe - 1826
...fortune's turn'd! King of this city, but my Troy is fired! And now am neither father, lord, nor king ! Yet who so wretched but desires to live ? O, let me...upon his breast, struck off his hands. DIDO. O end, ./Eneas, I can hear no more. JEv. At which the frantic queen leap'don his face, And in his eyelids...

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

Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 407 sivua
...is fir'd ; And now am neither father, lord, nor king : Yet who so wretched but desires to live I 0, let me live, great Neoptolemus ! " Not mov'd at all,...Treading upon his breast, struck off his hands. Dido. 0, end, .En«nII can hear no more. ¿En. At which the frantic queen leaji'd on hia face, And in his...

Hamlet: Edited by Horace Howard Furness, Nide 3

William Shakespeare - 1877
...Threatening a thousand deaths at every glance. Not moved at all, but smiling at his tears, The butcher while his hands were yet held up Treading upon his breast, struck off his hands. At which the frantic, queen leapt on his face. And in his eyelids hanging by the nails A Httle while...

A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: Hamlet. 1877

William Shakespeare - 1877
...thousand deaths at ever}' glance. Not moved at all, but ft mi ling at his tears, The butcher while his hands were yet held up Treading upon his breast, struck off his hands. At which the fnintic queen leapt on his face, And in his eyelids hanging by the nails A Utile while...

The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe: (Selected.) With a Prefatory ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 sivua
...fortune's turn'd ; King of this city, but my Troy is fir'd ; And now am neither father, lord, nor king : Yet who so wretched but desires to live ? O, let me...upon his breast, struck off his hands. Dido. O, end ,linens ! I can hear no more. &n. At which the frantic queen leap'd on his face, And in his eyelids...

The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe: (Selected.) With a Prefatory ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 sivua
...is fir'd ; And now am neither father, lord, nor king : Yet who so wretched but desires to live ? 0, let me live, great Neoptolemus !" Not mov'd at all,...Treading upon his breast, struck off his hands. Dido. 0, end .ffineas ! I can hear no more. JEn. At which the frantic queen leap'd on his face, And in his...




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