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Image from page 69 of “Typical tales of fancy, romance, and history from Shakespeare’s plays; in narrative form, largely in Shakespeare’s words, with dialogue passages in the original dramatic text” (1892)
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Title: Typical tales of fancy, romance, and history from Shakespeare’s plays; in narrative form, largely in Shakespeare’s words, with dialogue passages in the original dramatic text
Year: 1892 (1890s)
Authors: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Raymond, Robert Reikes, 1817-1888, [from old catalog] ed
Subjects: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
Publisher: New York, Fords, Howard, and Hulbert
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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away doth go. [Wall, Pyramus, and Thisbe^ out. Dear, dear ! exclaimed Hippolyta, this is the silliest stuff I ever heard.O, answered Theseus, the best things of this kind are but shadows, and need to be made better by ones imagination. But here come two noble beasts in, a moon and a lion. Snug the joiner enters, with a lions skin over his shoulders, his own head sticking out under the lions head. Then, in the sleepiest voice, he drones out: — a A bundle of blunders: Limander and Helen for Hero and Leander; Shafalus andProcrus for Cephalus and Procris, — loving couples of the olden time, famous in history. 64 SHAKESPEARE FOR THE YOUNG FOLK. You, ladies, you, whose gentle hearts do fear The smallest monstrous mouse that creeps on floor, May now, perchance, both quake and tremble here,When lion rough in wildest rage doth roar. Then know that I, one Snug the joiner, amNo lion fell, nor else no lions dam : For, if I should as lion come in strife Into this place, t were pity of my life.
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A very gentle beast, and of a good conscience, said Theseus. This lion is a very fox for valor, said Lysander. True ; and a goose for discretion, rejoined Theseus ; but let us listen to themoon. Moonshine has a lantern in one hand, a thorn-bush in the other, and awretched little dog at his heels. This part was probably taken by Starveling, the tailor, whose stammering utter-ance was made worse by his forgetting his part, and being frightened almost out ofhis wits. After a gasp or two of terror, he began : — This lantern doth the horned moon present, —This lantern doth the horned moon present;Myself the man in the moon do seem to be. Here the Duke smiled and said, The man should be put into the lantern :how is he else the man in the moon? He dares not come there for the candle, answered Demetrius; for, yousee, it is already in snuff. I am aweary of this moon, whispered Hippolyta softly; I wish hewould change ! A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM. 65 It appears by his small light of discretion
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