Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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It is noteworthy that a passage constantly quoted as parallel to this of Berowne's , namely , the speech with which Theseus opens Act v of A Midsummer Night's Dream , appears to have undergone a precisely similar expansion .
Furness read or overheard , were standard refers to Grosart's Green's Works equipment for any Elizabethan with ( xi . 72 ) , where the passage pretensions to learning or fashion . tayne quaint , pickt and neate com- Compare Hamlet ...
Steevens The passage in the play appears to quotes passages from Marston , Dutch refer directly to the prentice caps of Courtesan ( Bullen , ii . 60 ) , 1605 : London . There many “ though my husband be a citizen , statutes of apparel ...