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A Most Pleasant Comedy Of Mucedorus The King Son Of Valentia And Amadine The King Daughter Of

Auhtor: Attributed In Part To William Shakespeare

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Review by A. Dent, July 2005


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... it is, Which I present unto your majesty. KING. The slaughter of this bear deserves great fame. SEGASTO. The slaughter of a man deserves ...
... and after greetings done, bids thee depart the court: shepherd, begone. MUCEDORUS. Whose words are these? came these from Amadine? MESSENGER. ...
... that Paris gave the Grecian queen The like doth Mucedorus yield. AMADINE. Then, Mucedorus, for three hours farewell. [Exit.] MUCEDORUS. ...
... me altered nature's course. Aye, woman, wilt thou live in woods with me? AMADINE. Fain would I live, yet loath to live in woods. BREMO. Thou ...
... Dost thou call me whore? I'll cap thee for my pot. MOUSE. Cap me thou darest, search me whether I have it or no. [She searcheth him, and ...
... The Prince, you Son, is safe. KING OF VALENTIA. O where, Anselmo? surfeit me with that. ANSELMO. In Aragon, my Liege And at his parture, Bound ...
... to and fro she seeks the well, Which yet she cannot find therefore will I seek her out. [Exit.] A MOST PLEASANT COMEDY OF MUCEDORUS THE KING'S ...
... me. AMADINE. You promised me to make me your queen. BREMO. I did, I mean no less. AMADINE. You promised that I should have my will. ...
... AMADINE, THE KING'S DAUGHTER OF ARRAGONTHE PROLOGUE. Most sacred Majesty, whose great deserts Thy Subject England, nay, the World, admires: ...
... tale again. MUCEDORUS. If needs I must, lo, here it is again: When as we both had lost the sight of thee, It grieved us both, but specially ...
... AMADINE. I think the very same. MUCEDORUS. Come, let's begone. [Enter the Clown who searches and falls over the wild man and so carry ...
... then but plain a shepherd's wife. MOUSE. Then, god ge you go morrow, goody shepherd! AMADINE. It shall not need if Amadine do live, Thou ...
... My Father? KING OF ARRAGON. Prepared welcomes give him entertainment: A happier Planet never reigned than that, Which governs at this hour. ...
... Cast native Monsters in the molds of Men, Case vicious Devils under sancted Rochets, Unhasp the Wicket where all perjureds roost, And ...
... Lady, to accept, With willing heart I yield it to your majesty. AMADINE. Thanks, worthy shepherd, thanks a thousand times. This gift, assure ...
... Unworthy I to bear this vital breath! But what! what needs these plaints? If Amadine do live, then happy I She will in time forgive and so forget: ...
... My name? I have a very pretty name I'll tell you what my name is: my name is Mouse. SEGASTO. What, plain Mouse? MOUSE. Aye, plain mouse ...
... enlarge therefore: So guard us to the court. COLLEN. What so my sovereign doth command me do, With willing mind I gladly yield consent. [Exeunt.] A ...
... villain, tell me, what hast thou done? Ah, Tremelio, trusty Tremelio! I sorrow for thy death, and since that thou, Living, didst prove faithful ...
... at Hampstead, London, and was educated in Germany and at Peterhouse, Cambridge. In 1866 he was appointed professor of history and English literature ...