A good persuasion; therefore hear me, Hermia: I have a widow aunt, a dowager. of great revenue, and she hath no child; From Athens is her house remote seven leagues, And she respects me as her only son. There, gentle Hermia, May I marry thee. (Alan Durband 30)
This flower's force in stirring love. Night and silence: who is here? weeds of Athens he doth wear: This is he master said Despised the Athenian maid: And here the maiden,sleeping sound, on the dirty ground. Pretty soul, she durst not lie near this lack love this kill-courtesy. churl upon the eyes I throw All the power this charm doth owe. When thou wak'st let love forbid Sleep his seat on thy eyelid. (Alan Durband 70)
Thou seest these lovers seek a lace to fight Hie, therefore, Robin overcast the night; The starry welkin cover thou anon With drooping fog as black as Acheron; And lead these testy rivals so astray As one Come not within another's way. (Alan Durband 120)
A Midsummer Night's Dream
My lord, Fair Helen told me of their stealth, Of this their purpose hither to this wood, And i in fury hither followed them; Fair Helena in fancy following me. But, my good lord, I wot not be what power, but by some it is, my love to Hermia Melted as doth the snow, (Alan Durband 138)
Hard-handed men, that work in Athens here, Which Never laboured in their minds till now; And now have toiled their unbreathed memories with this same play, against your nuptial. And we will hear it. (Alan Durband 156)
By Garrett Burgess core 1 5/16/18
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