King Henry the Fourth Volume 2 by William ShakespeareKing Henry the Fourth Volume 2 by William Shakespeare

King Henry the Fourth Volume 2

byWilliam Shakespeare, William James Rolfe

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ... "parallelisms " of expression in Bacon and Shakespeare (see his Authorship of S. p. 322). Steevens says: "Robert Green, the pamphleteer, indeed, obliged an apparitor to eat his citation, wax and all. In the play of Sir John Oldcastle, the Summer is compelled to do the like, and says on the occasion, 'I 'll eat my word.' Harpoole replies, ' I nieane you shall eate more than your own word, I' ll make you eate all the words in the processe.'" 128. Frank. Sty. Nares quotes Lenton, Leas. char. 15: "feed at ease, like a boare in a frank." 131. Ephesiaus. "Jolly companions" (Schmidt); a cant term of that day, like Corinthian in 1 Hen. IV. ii. 4. 13. Cf. M. W. iv. 5. 19: "it is thine host, thine Ephesian, calls." 146. Bestow. Deport, behave. Cf. A. Y. L. iv. 3. 87, K. John, iii. 1. 225, etc. 148. Leathern jerkins. Commonly worn by vintners. See 1 Hen. IV. p. 164. 150. Declension. Decline, degradation. Cf. Rich. III. iii. 7. 189 and Ham. ii. 4. 149. The quarto has "descension," a word not found elsewhere in S. Scene III.--1. Prithee. The quarto has "pray thee." 11. Endear'd. Bound; as in T. of A.. 2. 233 and iii. 2. 36. 12. Heart's dear. The quarto has "hearts deere Harry," the folio "heart-deere-Harry." Some editors print "heart-dear." 14. Long. Theo. substituted "look." 17. For. As for, as regards; especially common at the beginning of a sentence. Cf. Ham. i. 2. 112, i. 5. 139, etc. Gr. 149. The God of heaven. Changed in the folio to "may.heavenly glory." 19. Grey. Explained by some as=blue. Cf. R. and J. p. 169 (note on Grey-eyed) and p. 192, foot-note. 21. The glass, etc. Cf. Ham. iii. 1. 161: "The glass of fashion and the mould of form;" Hen. V. ii. chor. 6: "the mirror of all Christian kings" (see our ed. p. 152), etc. 23-45. He had......
Title:King Henry the Fourth Volume 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:68 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.14 inPublished:May 5, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217053750

ISBN - 13:9780217053754