Timon of Athens, Volym 25

Methuen, 1905 - 149 sidor

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Sida 100 - but when the planets In evil mixture to disorder wander, What plagues and what portents The references to the malignity of planets abound in literature of the period, as was natural in an age which still firmly believed in astrology. 108. Will] is determined to. 109.
Sida 88 - 5 Religion to the gods, peace, justice, truth, Domestic awe, night-rest, and neighbourhood, Instruction, manners, mysteries, and trades, Degrees, observances, customs, and laws, Decline to your confounding contraries, 20 And yet confusion live! Plagues, incident to men, 6. steads! To filths] Camb. Edd. ; steads: to . . . filths Theobald conj. : steeds, to . . . Filthes Ff
Sida 52 - the messenger in behalf of another. But they do shake their heads, and I am here No richer in return. Tim. Is't true ? can't be ? Flav. They answer, in a joint and corporate voice, That now they are at fall, want treasure, cannot Do what they would; are sorry—you are honourable—
Sida 40 - SCENE II.—The Same. A Hall in Timon's House. Enter FLAvIUS, with many bills in his hand. Flav. No care, no stop ! so senseless of expense, That he will neither know how to maintain it, Nor cease his flow of riot: takes no account How things go from him; nor resumes no care
Sida 89 - bear from thee But nakedness, thou detestable town ! .Take thou that too, with multiplying bans! Timon will to the woods; where he shall find 35 The unkindest beast more kinder than mankind. The gods confound—hear me, you good gods all— The Athenians both within and out that wall! most editors have followed his lead.
Sida 77 - tis most just. To be in anger is impiety; But who is man that is not angry ? Weigh but the crime with this. Second Sen. You breathe in vain. Alcib. In vain! His service done 60 At Lacedaemon and Byzantium Were a sufficient briber for his life.
Sida 62 - Lucius denies to Timon is, in proportion to what Lucius possesses, less than the usual alms given by good men to beggars " (Johnson). " her wanton spirits look out At every joint and motive of her body.
Sida 134 - its," and perhaps rightly, 151. it] "an early provincial form ii. 109; Lear, I. iv. 235. Most editors And send forth us, to make their sorrowed render, Together with a recompense more fruitful Than their offence can weigh down by the dram; Ay, even such heaps and sums of love and wealth
Sida 54 - tis cold, it seldom flows; 220 Tis lack of kindly warmth they are not kind; And nature, as it grows again toward earth, Is fashion'd for the journey, dull and heavy. [To a Servant.] Go to Ventidius. [To Flavius.] Prithee, be not sad, Thou art true and honest;
Sida 66 - man politic; he crossed himself by't: and I cannot think but in the end the villanies of man 30 will set him clear. How fairly this lord strives to appear foul! takes virtuous copies to be wicked, like those that under hot ardent zeal would set whole realms on fire: Of such a nature is his politic love.

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