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The life of Tymon of Athens

 
dc.contributor Gunby, David
dc.contributor.author Shakespeare, William
dc.date.accessioned 2018-07-27
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dc.date.created 1607
dc.date.issued 1985-03-06
dc.identifier ota:0925
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0925
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dc.subject.lcsh English drama -- 17th century
dc.title The life of Tymon of Athens
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<TITLE THE LIFE OF TYMON OF ATHENS.> <SN ACTUS PRIMUS. SCOENA PRIMA.> <SSD ENTER POET, PAINTER,JEWELLER,MERCHANT AND MERCER, AT SEVERALL DOORES.> <Q POET> GOOD DAY SIR. <Q PAIN.> I AM GLAD Y'ARE WELL. <Q POET.> I HAUE NOT SEENE YOU LONG, HOW GOES THE WORLD? <Q PAIN.> IT WEARES SIR, AS IT GROWES. <Q POET.> I THAT'S WELL KNOWNE: BUT WHAT PARTICULAR RARITY? WHAT STRANGE, WHICH MANIFOLD RECORD NOT MATCHES: SEE MAGICKE OF BOUNTY, ALL THESE SPIRITS THY POWER HATH CONIUR'D TO ATTEND, I KNOW THE MERCHANT. <Q PAIN.> I KNOW THEM BOTH: TH'OTHERS A IEWELLER. <Q MER.> O, TIS A WORTHY LORD. <Q IEW.> NAY THAT'S MOST FIXT. <Q MER.> A MOST INCOMPARABLE MAN, BREATH'D AS IT WERE, TO AN VNTYREABLE AND CONTINUATE GOODNESSE: HE PASSES. <Q IEW.> I HAUE A IEWELL HEERE. <Q MER.> O PRAY LET'S SEE'T. FOR THE LORD TIMON, SIR? <Q IEWEL.> IF HE WILL TOUCH THE ESTIMATE. BUT FOR THAT - <Q POET.> WHEN WE FOR RECOMPENCE HAUE PRAIS'D THE VILD, IT STAINES THE GLORY IN THAT HAPPY VERSE, WHICH APTLY SINGS THE GOOD. . . .

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