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" I haue scene his face, But where I cannot tell. Tim. Afflicted and forsaken on each side, And lefte to the wide worlde, I yee beseeche To giue mee house-roome ; only this I aske, A hole wherein to hide my misery. Dem. Art thou a stranger or Athenian ?... "
Timon, a play, now first pr. Ed. by A. Dyce - Page 59
by Timon (fict. name.) - 1842
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Shakespeare's Library: A Collection of the Plays, Romances ..., Part 2, Volume 2

1875
...friends. Dem. Whom speakes hee to ? what, dost thou knowe this man ? Eut. I doe confesse that I haue scene his face, But where I cannot tell. Tim. Afflicted...? Dem. Thou brazen face, I ne're sawe thee before. Eut. This fellowe would insinuate, I thinke. Tim. Where hide yee your heads, yee heau'nly powers ?...
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus, Troilus and ...

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1966 - 578 pages
...tell. TIM. Afflicted and forsaken on each side, And lefte to the wide worlde, I yee beseeche To give mee house-roome; only this I aske, A hole wherein...? DEM. Thou brazen face, I ne're sawe thee before. EUT. This fellowe would insinuate, I thinke. TIM. Where hide yee your heads, yee heav'nly powers? They...
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JEGP: Journal of English and Germanic Philology

English philology - 1910
... Misan. pp. 29-31. (Cf. the entire speech.) Entrapelus and Demeas pretend not to recognize Timon. Dem, Art thou a stranger or Athenian ? What country?...Tim. Know'st thou not? Ah, Demeas, know'st thou not? Dem. Thou brazen face, I ne're sawe thee before. Timon, p. 59. the ingratitude of those, who, enriched...
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