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" Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue... "
The White Devil and the Duchess of Malfy - Page 249
by John Webster - 1904 - 422 pages
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...and swinish meazeull ; Though we are eaten up of lice, and wormes, And though continually we bcare about US A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide...all our feare, (Nay' all our terrour,) is least our physitian Should put us in the ground, to be made sweet. Your wife 's gone to Home : you two couple,...
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...ulcerous wolf and swinish measle, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue ; all our fear, Nay all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in the ground, to be...
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1830
...ulcerous wolf and swinish measle, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue ; all our fear, Nay all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in the ground, to be...
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The Dramatic Works of John Webster, Volume 2

John Webster - 1857
...ulcerous wolf and swinish measle, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually wo bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue ; all our fear, Nay all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in the ground, to be...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...wolf and swinish meaele, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight | To hide it in rich tissue : all our fear, Kay, all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in the ground to be...
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The works of the British dramatists, selected, with notes, biographies, and ...

sir John Scott Keltie - 1870
...wolf* and swinish measle, Though wo aro oaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear heart for naming of my Christ ! Yet will I call on Him : Oh, s tissue : all our fear, Nay, all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in tlie ground to...
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Webster & Tourneur

John Webster, Cyril Tourneur - English drama - 1888 - 432 pages
...wolf and swinish measle, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue : all our fear, Nay, all our terror, is lest our physician Should put us in the ground to be...
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The Duchess of Malfi: A Play

John Webster - Brothers and sisters - 1896 - 152 pages
...wolf and swinish measle, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue : all our fear, Nay, all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in the ground to be...
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Elizabethan drama ...

Christopher Marlowe, William Shakespeare, Thomas Dekker, Ben Jonson, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, John Webster, Philip Massinger - English drama - 1910 - 899 pages
...wolf and swinish measle, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue: all our fear, Nay, all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in the ground to be...
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Elizabethan Drama ...: The shoemaker's holiday

English drama - 1910
...wolf and swinish measle, Though we are eaten up of lice and worms, And though continually we bear about us A rotten and dead body, we delight To hide it in rich tissue : all our fear, Nay, all our terror, is, lest our physician Should put us in the ground to be...
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