Histories, Vol. 2: Volume 2; Introduction by Tony Tanner
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1994 - Всего страниц: 778
William Shakespeare arrived at his splendid maturity as an artist in his second cycle of history plays. With their superb battle scenes; their magnificent major and minor characters; their stories of ambition, usurpation, guilt, and redemption; and their profound ideas about the social order, these plays represent the Elizabethan historical drama in its full glory. And thanks to parts one and two of Henry IV our literature is graced—in the figure of the dissolute and boastful knight Sir John Falstaff—with one of the greatest comic creations in the history of the stage.
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... thou art damned to hell for this . PERCY Aumerle , thou liest , his honor is as true In this appeal as thou art all unjust ; And that thou art so , there I throw my gage , To prove it on thee to the extremest point Of mortal breathing ...
... thy due , thou hast paid all there . PRINCE Yea , and elsewhere , so far as my coin would stretch ; and where it would not , I have used my credit . FALSTAFF Yea , and so used it that , were it not here ap- parent that thou art heir ...
... thou art a knave to call me so . FALSTAFF Setting thy womanhood aside , thou art a beast to say otherwise . HOSTESS Say , what beast , thou knave , thou ? FALSTAFF What beast ? Why , an otter . PRINCE An otter , Sir John ? Why an otter ...
HENRY IV PART ONE
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