Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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The Navarre setting must belong to some date earlier than 1594 , by which time the real King of Navarre had ceased to be an ally of Elizabeth and the doings of a Navarrese court would no longer arouse friendly interest in England ...
Moreover the description on the title - page of the 1598 Quartonewly corrected and augmented ” -suggests the existence of an earlier printed edition , and it is now believed that such a " bad " Quarto would be compiled by the pirate on ...
There is no therefore suggest sheep earlier example than the one in the Elizabethan schoolboy . text of the use of the word in the 56. salt ] Suggested perhaps by the New Eng . Dict . The quotation sense of acutely witted , as in ...