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" She, unconscious of being overheard, and full of the new passion which that night's adventure had given birth to, called upon her lover by name (whom she supposed absent... "
羅密歐與茱麗葉 - 54. oldal
szerző: Charles Mary Lamb - 2002 - 175 oldal
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Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons, 2. kötet

Charles Lamb - 1816 - 235 oldal
...upon her lover by name (whom she supposed absent) : " O Romeo, Romeo!" said she, "wherefore art 'tliou 'Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for...sake; or if thou wilt not, be but my sworn love, and 1 no longer will be a Capulet." Romeo, having this encouragement, would fain have spoken, but he was...

The Children's journal

...her lover by name (wham she supposed absent) : " O Romto, Romeo !'' said she, " wherefore art thou Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for my sake; or if thou wilt not, he but my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capulet." Romeo, having this encouragement, would fain...

Tales from Shakspeare, by C. [and M.] Lamb

Charles Lamb - 1866
...lover by name (whom she supposed absent) : " O Romeo, Romeo ! " said she, " wherefore art thou Romeo 1 Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for my sake ; or if thou ffilt not, be but my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capulet" Romeo, having this encouragement,...

Tales from Shakespeare

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1877 - 372 oldal
...her lover by name (whom she supposed absent) : " O Romeo, Romeo ! " said she, " wherefore art thou Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for...not, be but my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capnlet." Romeo, having this encouragement, would fain have spoken, but he was desirous of hearing...

Tales from Shakspere, by C. and M. Lamb, with illustr. extracts. (Marcus ...

Charles Lamb - 1883
...upon her lover by name (whom she supposed absent)—"0 Romeo, Romeo!" said she, " wherefore art thou Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for...my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capulet." Bomeo, having this encouragement, would fain have spoken, but he was desirous of hearing more; and...

Tales from Shakspeare, by C. and M. Lamb. Selected

Charles Lamb - 1883
...her lover by name (whom she supposed absent) : " O Romeo, Romeo ! " said she, " wherefore art thon Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for...my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capulet." Bomeo, having this encouragement, would fain have spoken, but he was desirous of hearing more; and...

Tales from Shakspeare, by C. and M. Lamb. ed. by A. Ainger

Charles Lamb - 1883
...upon her lover by name (whom she supposed absent) : " O Romeo, Romeo !" said she, " wherefore art thou Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for my sake; or if thou wilt not, be but my swom love, and I no longer will be a Capulet." Romeo, having this encouragement, would fain have spoken,...

Shakespeare on golf, with special reference to St. Andrews links

William Shakespeare - 1886 - 24 oldal
...upon her lover by name (whom she supposed absent): "O Romeo, Romeo!" said she, "wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for my...my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capulet." At this loving word Romeo could no longer refrain, but taking up the dialogue as if her words had been...

Selected tales from Shakespeare [by] C. & M. Lamb, with extracts from the ...

Charles Lamb - 1908
...her lover by name (whom she supposed absent) : " 0 Romeo, Romeo ! " said she, " wherefore art thou Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for...Capulet." Romeo, having this encouragement, would fain8 have spoken, but he was desirous of hearing more; and the lady continued her passionate discourse...

Tales from Shakespeare, by C. and M. Lamb, ed. for the use of schools

Charles Lamb - 1915
...upon her lover by name (whom she supposed absent): " O Romeo, Romeo ! " said she, " wherefore art thou Romeo ? Deny thy father, and refuse thy name, for...my sworn love, and I no longer will be a Capulet." [276] Romeo, having this encouragement, would fain have spoken, but he was desirous of hearing more...




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