The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Signet Classic Shakespeare)

By William Shakespeare


in most cases set in Milan, this comedy is the tale of 2 newly-arrived Veronese pals, Valentine and Proteus. either vie for the Duke's daughter's hand, with plenty of laughter resulting.

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Velocity by way of a letter, I may still say. VALENTINE Why, she hath no longer writ to me? velocity What want she, while she hath made you write to your self? Why, do you now not understand the jest? VALENTINE No, think me. velocity No believing you, certainly, sir. yet did you understand her earnest? VALENTINE She gave me none, other than an offended notice. velocity Why, she hath given you a letter. VALENTINE That’s the letter I writ to her buddy. velocity And that letter hath she brought, and there an finish. VALENTINE i'd it have been no worse. velocity I’ll warrant you, ‘tis in addition: for occasionally have you ever writ to her, and he or she, in modesty, in any other case for wish of idle time, couldn't back answer; Or fearing else a few messenger that will her brain notice, Herself hath taught her love himself to jot down unto her lover. All this I communicate in print, for in print i discovered it. Why muse you, sir? ‘tis dinner-time. VALENTINE i've got dined. velocity Ay, yet hearken, sir; notwithstanding the chameleon Love can feed at the air, i'm person who am nourished via my victuals, and may fain have meat. O, be in contrast to your mistress; be moved, be moved. Exeunt SCENE II. Verona. JULIA’S apartment. input PROTEUS and JULIA PROTEUS Have endurance, mild Julia. JULIA i need to, the place isn't any therapy. PROTEUS whilst very likely i will, i'll go back. JULIA when you flip no longer, you are going to go back the earlier. retain this remembrance for thy Julia’s sake. Giving a hoop PROTEUS Why then, we’ll make trade; right here, take you this. JULIA And seal the cut price with a holy kiss. PROTEUS this is my hand for my precise fidelity; And while that hour o’erslips me within the day in which I sigh now not, Julia, for thy sake, the subsequent resulting hour a few foul mischance Torment me for my love’s forgetfulness! My father remains my coming; resolution no longer; The tide is now: nay, now not thy tide of tears; That tide will remain me longer than I should still. Julia, farewell! go out JULIA What, long gone with out a note? Ay, so real love may still do: it can't communicate; For fact hath higher deeds than phrases to grace it. input PANTHINO PANTHINO Sir Proteus, you're stay’d for. PROTEUS pass; I come, I come. lamentably! this parting moves bad fans dumb. Exeunt SCENE III. an analogous. A road. input LAUNCE, major a puppy LAUNCE Nay, ‘twill be this hour ere i've got performed weeping; all of the form of the Launces have this very fault. i've got got my percentage, just like the prodigious son, and am going with Sir Proteus to the Imperial’s courtroom. i feel Crab, my puppy, be the sourest-natured puppy that lives: my mom weeping, my father wailing, my sister crying, our maid howling, our cat wringing her palms, and all our residence in a very good perplexity, but didn't this cruel-hearted cur shed one tear: he's a stone, a truly pebble stone, and has not more pity in him than a puppy: a Jew might have wept to have obvious our parting; why, my grandam, having no eyes, glance you, wept herself blind at my parting. Nay, I’ll exhibit you the style of it. This shoe is my father: no, this left shoe is my father: no, no, this left shoe is my mom: nay, that can not be so neither: certain, it's so, it's so, it hath the worser sole.

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