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" Let me look upon My sister now ; still she retains her beauty, Death has been kind to leave her all this sweetness. Thus in a morning have I oft saluted My sister in her chamber, sat upon Her bed, and talked of many harmless passages ; But now 'tis night,... "
The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley, Now First Collected: The ... - Page 181
by James Shirley - 1833
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 4

1819
...is asad employment. 2 Gent. The last we e'er shall do my lady. Florio, looking on the corpse, says, Let me look upon My sister now ; still she retains...chamber, sate upon Her bed, and talk'd of many harmless pasAs thus I (tab his picture, and stare on it. [Slabs the picture. Methmks the iliikc should feel...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 4

Literary Criticism - 1819
...Florio, looking on the corpse, says, Let me look upon My sister now ; still she retains her bennty. Death has been kind to leave her all this sweetness....passages: But now 'tis night, and a long night with her, 1 ne'er shall see these curtains drawn again, Until we meet in heaven. The duke already ! The Duke...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 4

1819
...is a sad employment 2 Gent. The last we e'er shall do my lady. Florio, looking on the corpse, says, Let me look upon My sister now ; still she retains her beauty, Death has been kind to leave her all tliis sweetness. Thus in a morning have I oft saluted My sister in her chamber, sate upon Her bed,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 22

Sir John Murray IV - 1820
...Death has been kind to leave her all this sweetness. Thus in a morning Jiarc 1 oft saluted Mi/ sitter in her chamber, sate upon Her bed and talk'd of many harmless passagei.' We cannot afford room to notice other characters, whom Mr. Shiel lias dropped from his canvass,...
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A HISTORY OF ELIZABETHAN LITERATURE

GEORGE SAINTSBURY - 1887
...poniard teach my heart To weep out a repentance. " And this of her brother Florio's is better still " Let me look upon my sister now : Still she retains...morning have I oft saluted My sister in her chamber : sat upon Her bed and talked of many harmless passages. But now ' tis night, and al^ng night with...
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A HISTORY OF ELIZABETHAN LITERATURE

GEORGE SAINTSBURY - 1887
...poniard teach my heart To weep out a repentance. " And this of her brother Florio's is better still " Let me look upon my sister now : Still she retains her beauty, Death has been Uind to leave her all this sweetness. Thus in a morning have I oft saluted My sister in her chamber...
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James Shirley

James Shirley - 1888 - 466 pages
...strange service, nor to publish what You have been commanded. [Exeunt Gentlewomen.] 1 Flageolets. Let me look upon My sister now ; still she retains...morning have I oft saluted My sister in her chamber, sat upon Her bed, and talked of many harmless passages ; But now 'tis night, and a long night with...
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JAMES SHIRLEY

EDMUN GOSSE - 1888
...Of this strange service, nor to publish what You have been commanded. [Exeunt Gentlewomen.] Let me look upon My sister now ; still she retains...morning have I oft saluted My sister in her chamber, sat upon Her bed, and talked of many harmless passages ; But now 'tis night, and a long night with...
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Die dramatische Behandlung der Ermordung des Herzogs Alessandro de' Medici ...

Kurt Eckert (1884-) - English drama - 1907 - 63 pages
...(V. 3.) Let nie lock upon My Kister now; xtill nhe n-tains her beauty, Death has been kind to leavc her all this sweetness. Thus in a morning have I oft saluted My sister in her ehamber, sat upon Her bed, and talked of niany harmless passages; Rut now 'tis night, and a lang night...
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Reunion in Eternity

Sir William Robertson Nicoll - Heavenly recognition - 1919 - 291 pages
...TRAGEDY "THE TRAITOR" ACT V. SCENE 3. Florio laments on the dead body of his sister, in her bed : "Let me look upon My sister now; still she retains...Death has been kind to leave her all this sweetness. 1 Life and Letters of Stopford Brooke, by LP Jacks, vol. ii. p. 488. Thus in a morning have I oft saluted...
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