salve (S84), for every payne a plaister, leving only love remedilesse? Shakespeare: H8 1.1.123–5 G 189. 1 GOD he knows, not I E.g., 1553 PUdall
Respublica 4.3 1069: God above, He knoweth whose fault it is, and not I. 1575
Gascoigne Dan ...
Author: R. W. Dent
This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press's mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1981.
God match me with a good dancer ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Much Ado , ii . 1 . If he do
fear God , a ' must necessarily keep peace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii . 3 . God hath
blessed you with a good name : to be a well - favoured man is the gift of fortune .
iii . 3 .
Author: Sir Frederick Beilby WatsonPublish On: 1847
Shakespeare . Pray God he keep his oath . TWELFTH NIGHT , iii . 4 . l ' the name
of God , Your pleasure be fulfill'd ! HENRY VIII . ii . 4 , God forbid any malice
should prevail ! * * Pray God , he may acquit him of suspicion ! 2 HENRY VI . iii . 2
At all plays of barriers the boundary is called a goal ; to win a goal is to be a
superior in a contest of activity ” ( Johnson ) . God before , God going before , God
assisting , iv . 433 , 463 . God bless , and God save , the mark : see mark , & c .
Advice texts , sensing the desire and its corresponding danger , urge pray - ers to
remember they may only imagine that God is moved by their petitions , and to
keep in mind that their prayer is one effect — not a cause , of the outcomes God ...
Author: Ceri Sullivan
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Literary Criticism
Explores drama and private prayer from 1580 to 1640, when prayer was considered a dynamic, creative practice. It analyses moments in which private prayer was staged in Shakespeare's history plays to argue that private prayers are play scripts and to recognise how this understanding affects how prayers in the plays were played and received.
William Shakespeare. The love that follows us sometime is our trouble , Which
still we thank as love . Herein I teach you How you shall bid God ' ild us for your
pains , 11 . sometime is ) sometime ' s Pope i , 13 . God ' ild ] Globe . god - eyld Ff
Author: Mrs. Horace Howard FurnessPublish On: 1875
59 ' Mongst our mourners shalt thou go PT 20 God direful god of war VA 98 foil'd
the god of fight 114 O thou clear god 860 be my gods , my guide RL 351 thou art
a god , a king 601 For kings , like gods 602 God wot , it was defect 1345 The ...
William Shakespeare William Aldis Wright. Cap . 175 Out on her , hilding ! Nurse . God in heaven bless her ! You are to blame , my lord , to rate her so . Cap . And
why , my lady wisdom ? hold your tongue , Good prudence ; smatter with your ...
" --First Things "This is an exceptionally valuable book . . . very highly recommended" --Sixteenth Century Journal " . . . an exemplary work.
Author: Roy Wesley Battenhouse
"An impressive collection of ninety-two abridged essays identifying the Christian elements in Shakespeare's plays . . . a great feast of learning and beauty." --First Things "This is an exceptionally valuable book . . . very highly recommended" --Sixteenth Century Journal " . . . an exemplary work. In an age when footling matters often replace the great religious quandaries about what it means to live and die before God, Shakespeare's Christian Dimension helps restore our focus." --Pro Ecclesia This anthology reprints abridged versions of 92 critical commentaries on the influence of Shakespeare's Christian heritage on the shaping of his plays. It does not attempt to be exhaustive in its coverage, but to provide a useful sampling of valuable work. A supplementary bibliography of more than 250 further items encourages interested readers to further exploration.
Comprising His Poems and Doubtful Plays ; with Glossarial and Other Notes
William Shakespeare William Hazlitt. meaning is , because my art is such , that by
it I may gather a knowledge of all things . Sir God . Ay , very true . Idle . A pox of
In lists , on Thomas Mowbray duke of Norfolk , Thou go'st to Coventry , there to
behold That he's a traitor , foul and dangerous , Our cousin Hereford and fell
Mowbray fight : To God of heaven , king Richard , and to me ; O , sit my husband's
William Shakespeare William Aldis Wright. 274 . show my ... Others take God
before ' in the sense of God being our guide , with God ' s assistance ; and
Wagner quotes the old French Dieu devant , which Littré interprets . après Dieu . '
acted by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlain his servants . ” Indeed ,
throughout this play of Shakespeare's there is , as Gervinus has well remarked ,
such a genuine sympathy for the deposed king , that it would rather suit the ...
God 270 keep you , Master Silence : I will not use many words with you . Fare you
well , gentlemen both : I thank you : I must a dozen mile to - night . Bardolph , give
the soldiers coats . Shal . Sir John , the Lord bless you ! God prosper your ...
Herein I teach you How you shall bid God ' ild us for your pains , And thank us for
your trouble . Lady M . All our service In every point twice done , and then done
double , Were poor and single business to contend Against those honours deep
Arrest them to the answer of the law , And God acquit them of their practices ! Exe
. I arrest thee of high treason , by the name of Richard earl of Cambridge . I arrest
thee of high treason , by the name of Henry lord Scroop of Marsham . I arrest ...
Woult believe me , captain ? better than any boards . conjurer ; for here was no
harm in this , and yet their Capt . My life for yours , Sir Godfrey . horrible
expectations satisfied well . You were much Sir God . My sister is very curious
and dainty of ...
21 ) , “ for preventing and avoiding the great abuse of the holy name of God in
stage plays , ' hath undesignedly had some part in producing this effect ; for
writers and performers on the stage , in order to evade the penalty there annexed
, or ...
Our purposes God justly hath discover'd ; a pen , and ' a babbled of green fields .
How now , And I repent my fault , more than my death ; sir John ? quoth I : what ,
man ! be of good cheer . Which I beseech your highness to forgive , So ' a cried ...
Duncan says that even love sometimes occasions him trouble , but that he thanks
it as love , notwithstanding ; and that thus he teaches Lady Macbeth , while she
takes trouble on his account , to ' bid God yield , ' or reward , him for giving that ...