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The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines in a Series of Tales
Mary Cowden Clarke
No preview available - 2007
Antonia Aoudra arms asked beauty beneath Bianca brother Celia chevalier child Claudio cousin creature daughter dear duke Elvira exclaimed eyes face Fadasse fair fancy father favour fear feel felt Flora gentle gentleman Giulio give glance hand happy hath head hear heard heart honour hope Hortensio husband Isabella Juliet Jutha Katharina Katharina Minola kind knew lady Capulet Laertes laughing leave Leerheim lips little Audrey little girl look lord lord Capulet madam Mantua marriage Minola miss Bianca Monsignore mother Nanni never once Onofrio Ophelia Padua passion Polonius poor pretty replied Reverend mother Rosalind Rosenheim round scarce seemed signior Gremio sister smile soul speak spirit stood sure sweet tell thee thing thou thought Thyra told took turned Tybalt uncon uttered Verona Victor Villefort voice watching whispered wife wish woman words young girl young lady youth