The Loves of Shakespeare's Women
Here are the famous speeches from Juliet--Come, night! Come, Romeo!--and from Portia--The quality of mercy...--but also less familiar ones from Viola, Hermia, Isabella and Cressida. These younger characters make up the first half of the book, while the second half is devoted to maturer women like Lady Macbeth--How tender 'tis to love the babe that milks me--Gertrude, Mistress Quickly, Cleopatra and Queen Katherine.
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So here are well - known speeches - such as Juliet's ' Come night ! Come Romeo ! ' and Portia's ' The quality of mercy is not strained ' - but here also are less familiar ones from Viola , Hermia , Rosalind and Cressida .
JULIET ' Gallop apace ... Romeo and Juliet , III , 2 VIOLA ' The honourable lady . Twelfth Night , I , 5 HERMIA ' Why are you grown so rude ? ' Midsummer Night's Dream , III , 2 35 37 ISABELLA 39 ' I am a woeful suitor .
Locals were mystified as Viola's joy echoed through olive groves , Constance's grief swelled Ionian seas , but everyone knew who Juliet was . English friends on the island generously listened ; Ruscha suggested Emilia , Sally an ...
It's so exciting seeing them all together – as you went on from one to another , I had the sense of the early ones , Juliet and Rosalind , Cressida and Beatrice crowding the wings , waiting for whoever'd come next .
Then he started to play , the lights went down , came up – and Juliet , Rosalind , Beatrice and the rest came tumbling onto the stage with me ... In for a pound . May 2001 THE LOVES OF SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN PART ONE Youth SONNET XVIII 25.
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