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Not bolds the king, with others, whom, I fear,
(V. 1: 23) Edmund. I shall attend you presently at your tent.
(V. 3: 38) As I have set it down.
Captain. I cannot draw a cart, nor eat dried oats; If 't be man's work, I'll do ’t.
(V. 3: 45) To some retention and appointed guard;
(V. 3: 52) Where you shall hold your session. At this time We sweat and bleed; the friend hath lost his friend; And the best quarrels, in the heat, are cursed By those that feel their sharpness. The question of Cordelia and her father Requires a fitter place.
(V. 3: 94) Edmund.
A herald, lo, a herald ! XXXIX
(V. 3: 100) Captain. Sound trumpet!
(V. 3: 105) Edmund. Sound!
(V. 3: 196) Edgar. This would have seem'd a period
To such as love not sorrow; but another,
But who was this?
Stories from English Literature
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These are collections of stories from English literature which first appeared in the English Student. They are made up of some of the delightful stories found in the beautiful poetry of Shakespeare, Tennyson, and Longfellow retold in easy prose. King Arthur, the Lady
of Shalott, Enoch Arden, and the Sleeping Beauty are among the selections from Tennyson, while the pieces from Longfellow include Evangeline, Hiawatha, and the Courtship of Miles Standish. The stories from Shakespeare are the Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, The Winter's Tale, As You Like It, and others. The booklets are suitable for supplementary reading and introduction to the study of the works of these famous poets.
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