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" But, leaving off this, let me have a wife, The fairest maid in Germany; For I am wanton and lascivious, And cannot live without a wife. "
The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Notes and Some Account of His Life ... - Page 34
by Christopher Marlowe, Alexander Dyce - 1850
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Doctor Faustus, by C. Marlowe. Lust's dominion. Mother Bombie; Midas, by ...

Charles Wentworth Dilke - English drama - 1814
...eating, walking, and disputing? But, leaving this, let me have a wife, The fairest maid in Germany ; F5r I am wanton and lascivious, And cannot live without a wife. Meph. Well, Faustus, thou shalt have a wife. [He fetches in a Woman Devil. Faust. What sight is this ? Meph....
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Doctor Faustus

English drama - 1816
...willingly be damn'd: What sleeping, eating, walking, and disputing? But, leaving this, let me have a wife, The fairest maid in Germany; For I am wanton and lascivious, And cannot live without a wife. Meph. Well. Faustus, thou shalt have a wife. [He fetches in a Woman Devil. Faust. What sight is this? Meph....
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Volume 2

Christopher Marlowe - 1826
...willingly be damn'd: What sleeping, eating, walking, and disputing ? But, leaving this, let me have a wife, The fairest maid in Germany ; For I am wanton and lascivious, And cannot live without a wife. MEPH. Well, Faustus, thou shalt have a wife. [He fetches in a Woman Devil. FAUST. What sight is this ? MEFH....
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The works of Christopher Marlowe [ed. by G. Robinson].

Christopher Marlowe, George Robinson (editor.) - 1826
...the contrary; What sleeping, eating, walking, and disputing ? But, leaving this, let me have a wife, The fairest maid in Germany ; For I am wanton and lascivious, And cannot live without a wife. MEPH. Well, Faustus, thou shalt have a wife. [He fetches in a Woman Devil. FAUST. What sight is this ? MEPH....
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Alexander Dyce - 1865 - 407 pages
...the later 4tos.— 2to 1604. "is." II fand] L e. foolish. But, leaving off this, let me have a wife,* The fairest maid in Germany ; For I am wanton and lascivious, And caunot live without a wife. Meph. How ! a wife ! I prithee, Faustus, talk not of a wife. Faust. Nay,...
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The Works of the British Dramatists: Carefully Selected from the Original ...

English drama - 1870 - 509 pages
...walking, disputing, etc. But, leaving off this, let mo have a wife, The fairest maid in Germany ; For I cannot live without a wife. Meph. How ! a wife ! I...one. Meph. Well, thou wilt have one! Sit there till I c«ne : I'll fetch theo a wife in the devil's name. [Exit. Re-enter MEPHISTOPHILIS with a Devil dressed...
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The works of the British dramatists, selected, with notes, biographies, and ...

sir John Scott Keltie - 1870 - 80 pages
...walking, disputing, etc. But, leaving off this, let mo have a wife, The fairest maid in Germany ; For I il serve the whole city, with preservative, Weekly...each house his dose, and at the rate — Sur. As he t Mepbistophi 1 is, fetch me one ; for I will have one. Meph. Well, thou wilt have one! Sit there till...
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Christopher Marlowe, Sir John Davies - 1876 - 407 pages
...eating, walking, and disputing ! But, leaving this, let me have a wife, The fairest maid in Q«nnany ; For I am wanton and lascivious, And cannot live without a wife. .!/.,.'. Well, Faustus, thou ahalt have a wife. [Mn-HisTOpaius/rtctfj in a Wonmu-devil. PmuL What sight...
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Tragedy of Doctor Faustus with Introduction and Notes

1877
...willingly be damn'd ; What ! walking, disputing ! etc. But, leaving off this, let me have a wife, \i The fairest maid in Germany ; For I am wanton and...prithee, Faustus, talk not of a wife. Faust. Nay, fetch me one, sweet Mephistophilis ; is° For I will have one. Meph. Well, thou wilt have one ? Stay...
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Notes on Elizabethan Dramatists: With Conjectural Emendations of the Text

Karl Elze - English drama - 1880
...eating, walking, and disputing! But leaving off this, let me have a wife, The fairest maid there is in Germany; For I am wanton and lascivious, And cannot live without a wife. Meph. A wife? I prithee, Faustus, talk not of a wife. MABSTON. CCCXXXII. Gods bores, it wil not stick to...
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