Red Wine of Roussillon: A Play in Four Acts

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Houghton Mifflin, 1915 - American drama - 174 pages
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Page 138 - Seems worth a thought when he appears. So when toward love your fancy veers, Love him, I beg, and warmly, too, — No lady should reject his vow. By this fair knight — I know not who — Refuse no longer to be won. For my sake be not such a nun; But gain the love that perseveres, In peace and concord through the years, What I advise 't is best you do. Fear not, I order and allow.
Page 133 - I have donned my glittering coat of mail, And girt my sword, Hugh's gift that cannot fail, Whither I go, the earth doth shake with fear' No foes I meet that do not 'fore me pale, And yield me place; nought doth their pride avail, So great their terror when my step they hear.
Page 133 - Of chivalry and love I am the flower, Bravest among the brave — in lady's bower Is none more courteous and more debonair, Nor in the battle-field of greater power, So that my enemies in terror cower At thought of me, nor to confront me dare.
Page 141 - God was pleased to let me see your face, My heart took leave of every other thought, And every wish — except for you — gave place.
Page 138 - Fair lady, I am sent to you, — T will all be plain ere I am done, — To greet you on behalf of one Whose love for you supports and cheers.
Page 11 - There is no bad wine made in Roussillon: There is no good. It is all best.
Page 81 - God and your good faith, Have you a lady whom you sing and love?
Page 50 - We three, my lady, you and I — and Love, — We only know the secret of a treasure Which blue-eyed Hope alone may weigh and measure.

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