The Complete Works of John Lyly - Vol. 2

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mine eyes, and yet my teeth still watred with hungar: so that my

seruice was both too whote & too cold. I melted all my meate, and 60
made onely my slumber thoughts, and so had a full head and an empty bellie. But where hast thou beene since?

Peter. With a brother of thine I thinke, for hee hath such a coate, and two brothers (as hee saith) seeking of fortunes.

Robin. Tys my brother Dicke, I prie-thee lets goe to him. 65

Raffe. Syrra, what was he dooing that hee came not with thee?

Peter. Hee hath gotten a Maister nowe, that will teach him to make you both his younger brothers.

Raffe. I, thou passest for deuising impossibilities: thats as true as

thy Maister could make siluer pottes of tagges of poynts. 70

Peter. Nay he will teach him to cozen you both, & so gette the Mill to himselfe.

Raffe. Nay if he be both our cozens, I will bee hys great Grand-father, and Robin shall be his Vncle; but I pray thee bring vs to him

quickly, for I am great bellied with conceite till I see him. 75

Peter. Come then and goe with me, and I will bring ye to him straight. Exeunt.


SCÆNA SECUNDA.

Enter〉 Augur, ERICTHINIS.

Augur. Bring forth the virgine, the fatall virgin, the fairest virgine, if you meane to appease Neptune, and preserue your Countrey.

Erict. Heere shee commeth, accompanied onelie with men,

because it is a sight vnseemely (as all virgins say) to see the mis- 5
-fortune of a mayden, and terrible to behold the fiercenes of Agar that Monster.

Enter HÆBE, with other to the sacrifice.

Hæbe. Myserable and accursed Hæbe, that beeing neither faire nor fortunate, thou shouldest be thought most happy and beautifull.

Curse thy birth, thy lyfe, thy death, beeing borne to liue in danger, 10
and hauing liude, to die by deceit. Art thou the sacrifice to appeaseNeptune, and satis-fie the custome, the bloodie custom, ordained for the safetie of thy Country?. I Hæbe, poore Hæbe, men will haue it so, whose forces commaund our weake natures; nay the Gods wil

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • The Anatomy of Wyt ii
  • Contents iii
  • ¶euphues and His England. 1
  • Symbols, Etc., Used in the Textual Footnotes 2
  • The Plays 229
  • Lyly as a Playwright1 231
  • Campaspe 301
  • SchÆna Secunda.--〈interior of the Palace (with Transfer to the Market-Place at L. 119).〉 Alexander, Hephestion, Page, Diogenes, Apelles. 〈enter Alexander, Hephaestion, and Page.〉 329
  • Actus Tertius 333
  • SchÆna Tertia.--〈the Same.〉 〈the Curtains of the Central Structure Are Withdrawn, Discovering the Studio With〉 Apelles, Campaspe. 336
  • SchÆena Quarta.--〈the Palace (with Two Transfers, at Il. 40 and 57).〉 337
  • Schæena Quinta.--〈the Same.〉 341
  • Actus Quartus 343
  • Schæna Secunda.--〈room in Apelles' House, as Before.〉 Campaspe, Apelles. 346
  • Schæna Tertia.--〈room in the Palace.〉 347
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈apelles' Studio.〉 348
  • Schena Quinta.--〈the Same.〉 349
  • Schæna Secunda.--〈the Same.〉 352
  • Schæna Tertia.--〈the Same.〉 352
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈the Same.〉 353
  • Sapho and Phao 361
  • Actus Primus 373
  • Actus Primus 373
  • Schæna Secunda.--〈the Same.〉 375
  • Schæna Tertia.--〈the Same.〉 377
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈the Same.〉 378
  • Actus Secundus 380
  • Schæna Secunda.--〈the Same〉 380
  • Schæna Secunda.--〈the Same〉 384
  • Schæn Tertia.--〈a Street.〉 385
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈before Sybilla's Cave.〉 388
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈before Sybilla's Cave.〉 393
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈before Sybilla's Cave.〉 399
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈the Same.〉 400
  • Actus Quartus 403
  • Schæna Quarta.--〈vulcan's Forge.〉 408
  • Actus Quintus 410
  • Actus Quintus 410
  • Schæna Secunda.--〈a Room in Sapho's Palace.〉 411
  • Schæna Tertia.--〈before Sybilla's Cave.〉 414
  • Gallathea 417
  • Actus Primus 432
  • Actus Primus 432
  • Scæna Secunda. 434
  • Scæna Tertia. 435
  • Scæna Quarta. 436
  • Actus Secundus 439
  • Scæena Secunda. 439
  • Scæena Secunda. 441
  • Scæna Tertia. 442
  • Scæna Quarta. 445
  • Scæna Quinta. 446
  • Actus Tertius 446
  • Scæna Secunda. 446
  • Scæna Secunda. 453
  • Actus Quartus 456
  • Scæna Prima. 456
  • Scæna Secunda. 458
  • Scæna Tertia. 460
  • Scæna Quarta. 461
  • Actus Quintus 462
  • Scæna Secunda. 462
  • Scæna Secunda. 464
  • Scæna Tertia. 466
  • Notes 486
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