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<Text id=FleWoPr> <Author>Fletcher, John</Author> <Title>The Woman's Prize</Title> <Edition>Fredson Bowers, ed. The Dramatic Works in the Beaumont and Fletcher Canon. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press; OTA, 1979</Edition> <Date>1611</Date> <body> <loc><locdoc>FleWoPrPro</locdoc> <div0 n=Prologue> <milestone n=15> <l n=1> Prologue</l> <l n=2> Ladies to you, in whose defence and right,</l> <l n=3> Fletchers brave muse prepar'd her self to fight</l> <l n=4> A battaile without blood, 'twas well fought too,</l> <l n=5> (The victory's yours, though got with much ado,)</l> <l n=6> We do present this Comedy, in which</l> <l n=7> A rivulet to pure wit flowes, strong and rich</l> <l n=8> In Fancy, Language, and all parts that may</l> <l n=9> Adde grace and ornament to a merry Play.</l> <l n=10> Which this may prove. Yet not to go too far</l> <l n=11> In promises from this our female war,</l> <l n=12> We do intreat the angry men would not</l> <l n=13> Expect the mazes of a subtle plot,</l> <l n=14 . . .
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