'Tis pity she's a whore, Volume 1966, Part 1

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University of Nebraska Press, 1966 - Drama - 110 pages
Hippolita 'Tis she; Be not amaz'd; nor blush, young lovely bride, I come not to defraud you of your man: 'Tis now no time to reckon up the talk what Parma long hath rumour'd of us both; Let rash report run on! the breath that vents it Will, like a bubble, break itself at last.

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User Review  - REINADECOPIAYPEGA - LibraryThing

In a word ...............Torture. I did not realize both before I read it and once I started it what a struggle it was going to be for me. This play was written in the 17th century, so if you struggle ... Read full review

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Disturbing, but enjoyable all the same. Read full review

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