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" Thou hast slept here forty years, by what enchantress, as yet it is not known : and behold the twig to which thou laidest thy head, is now become a tree. Callest thou not Eumenides to remembrance ? Endymion. "
Passages from the diary of a late physician - Page 36
by Samuel Warren - 1838
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Passages from the diary of a late physician

Samuel Warren - 1854
...as yet it is not known: and behold, the twig to which thou laidest thy head, is now become a tree 1 Callest thou not Eumenides to remembrance ? Endymion....Cynthia, to whom time, fortune, death, and destiny aro subject, I see and remember : and, in all humility, I regard and reverence. Cynthia. You shall...
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Lectures on the Dramatic Literature of the Age of Elizabeth

William Hazlitt - English drama - 1859 - 229 pages
...thou not Eumenides to remembrance 1 Eiuiymion. Thy name I do remember by the sound, but thy favour 1 do not yet call to mind : only divine Cynthia, to...destiny are subject, I see and remember; and in all humility, [ regard and reverence. Cynthia. You shall have good cause to remember Eumenides, who halh...
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Passages from the diary of a late physician (by S. Warner). (Orig. publ. in ...

Samuel Warren - 1864
...as yet it ia not known : and behold, the twig to which thou laidest thy head, is now become a tree I Callest thou not Eumenides to remembrance? Endymion....whom time, fortune, death, and destiny are subject, I sce and remember: and, in all humility, I regard and reverence. Cynihia. You shall have good cause...
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Lectures on the Literature of the Age of Elizabeth: And Characters of ...

William Hazlitt - English literature - 1878 - 515 pages
...eyes, withered body, decayed limbs, and all in one night ? Eumenides. One night ! Thou hast here slept forty years, by what enchantress, as yet it is not...do not yet call to mind : only divine Cynthia, to whora time, fortune, destiny, and death are subject, I see and remember; and in all humility I regard...
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Shakspere's predecessors in the English drama

John Addington Symonds - English drama - 1884 - 551 pages
...which thou layedst thy head, is now become a tree ! Callest thou not Eumenides to remembrance ? End. Thy name I do remember by the sound ; but thy favour...destiny are subject, I see and remember ; and in all humility I regard and reverence. Thus Endimion returns to consciousness ; and when the charm has been...
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Endymion ; The Man in the Moon: Played Before the Queen's Majesty at ...

John Lyly - Readers - 1894 - 109 pages
...dramatists simply for an indefinite number. End. Thy name I do remember by the sound, 1985 but thy favor' I do not yet call to mind ; only divine Cynthia, to whom time, fortune, destiny, and death are subject, I see and remember, and in all humility I regard and reverence. Cynth....
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Shakspere's Predecessors in the English Drama

John Addington Symonds - English drama - 1900 - 551 pages
...which thou layedst thy head, is now become a tree ! Callest thou not Eumenides to remembrance ? End. Thy name I do remember by the sound ; but thy favour...not yet call to mind. Only divine Cynthia, to whom tune, fortune, death, and destiny are subject, I see and remember; and in all humility I regard and...
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Shakspere's Predecessors in the English Drama

John Addington Symonds - English drama - 1900 - 551 pages
...which thou layedst thy head, is now become a tree 1 Callest thou not Eumenides to remembrance ? End. Thy name I do remember by the sound ; but thy favour I do not yet call to mini!. Only divine Cynthia, to whom time, fortune, death, and destiny are subject, I see and remember...
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By-ways among books

David James Mackenzie - Books - 1900 - 193 pages
...told. " Thy name I do remember by the sound," he says vaguely to Eumenides, " but thy favour I doe not yet call to mind ; only divine Cynthia, to whom time, fortune, destinie, and death are subject, I see and remember ; and in all humilitie I regard and reverence."...
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