The Spanish Tragedy: A Play

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SCENE XV
Castile, Lorenzo.
Cast. Nay, stay, Lorenzo, let me talk with you.
See'st thou this entertainment of these kings?
Lor.I do, my lord, and joy to see the same.
Cast.And know'st thou why this meeting is?
Lor.For her, my lord, whom Balthazar doth love,
And to confirm their promis'd marriàge.
Cast.She is thy sister?
Lor.Who, Bellimperia? ay,
My gracious lord, and this is the day,
That I have long'd so happily to see.
Cast.Thou wouldst be loath that any fault of thine10
Should intercept her in her happiness?
Lor.Heav'ns will not let Lorenzo err so much.
Cast.Why then, Lorenzo, listen to my words:
It is suspected, and reported too,
That thou, Lorenzo, wrong'st Hieronimo,
And in his suits towards his majesty
Still keep'st him back, and seek'st to cross his suit.
Lor.That I, my lord--?
Cast.I tell thee, son, myself have heard it said,
When (to my sorrow) I have been asham'd20
To answer for thee, though thou art my son.
Lorenzo, know'st thou not the common love
And kindness that Hieronimo hath won

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Dramatis Personæ xliv
  • Act I 1
  • Scene II 5
  • Scene III 13
  • Scene VI 24
  • Act II 25
  • Scene III 33
  • Act III 44
  • Scene II 49
  • Scene III 55
  • Scene V 61
  • Scene XI 76
  • Scene XIII 91
  • Scene XV 100
  • Act IV 108
  • Scene II 116
  • Glossary 133
  • Notes 135
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