Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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Arm . How hast thou purchased this experience ? 25 Moth . By my penny of observation . Arm . But O , but 0 ,Moth . The hobby - horse is forgot . Arm . Call'st thou my love hobby - horse ? 22. men of note , ( do you note , men ? ) ...
I am the king , for so stands the comparison ; thou the beggar , for so witnesseth thy lowliness . Shall I command thy love ? I may . Shall I enforce thy love ? I 80 could . Shall I entreat thy love ? I will . What shalt thou exchange ...
Thou canst not hit it , hit it , hit it , Thou canst not hit it , my good man . 125 [ Exit . Boyet . An I cannot , cannot , cannot , An I cannot , another can . Cost . By my troth , most pleasant : how both did fit it ! Mar.