Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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The change of practice , supported by a difference in the spelling of Armado's signature , suggests a lapse of time ... as has been suggested , the play is partly ridicule of Ralegh and his “ school ” of mathematicians and atheists ...
46. horn - book ] A leaf of paper 52. last ] Furness suggests that containing the alphabet ( often with Moth ... one in the Elizabethan schoolboy . text of the use of the word in the 56. salt ] Suggested perhaps by the New Eng . Dict .
... object in his glance : 755 Which party - coated presence of loose love Put on by us , if , in your heavenly eyes , Have misbecom'd our oaths and gravities , Those heavenly eyes , that look into these faults , Suggested us to make .