By William Shakespeare
John Dover Wilson's New Shakespeare, released among 1921 and 1966, grew to become the vintage Cambridge variation of Shakespeare's performs and poems till the Eighties. The sequence, lengthy on account that out-of-print, is now reissued. each one paintings is out there either separately and as a collection, and every features a long and energetic creation, major textual content, and big notes and thesaurus revealed on the again. The version, which all started with The Tempest and ended with The Sonnets, placed into perform the innovations and theories that had advanced less than the 'New Bibliography'. Remarkably via brand new criteria, even though it took the easiest a part of part a century to supply, the recent Shakespeare concerned just a small band of editors along with Dover Wilson himself. because the volumes took form, lots of Dover Wilson's textual equipment bought basic attractiveness and have become a longtime a part of later editorial perform, for instance within the Arden and New Cambridge Shakespeares.
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I say my prayers aloud. Borachio. I love you the better, the hearers may cry Amen. Margaret. God match me with a good dancer. Borachio. Amen. Margaret. And God keep him out of my sight when the dance is done: answer, clerk. Borachio. No more words—the clerk is answered. 100 [they pass on round the room Ursula. I know you well enough—you are Signior Antonio. Antonio. At a word, I am not. Ursula. I know you by the waggling of your head. Antonio. T o tell you true, I counterfeit him. Ursula. You could never do him so ill-well, unless you were the very man: here's his dry hand up and down—you are he, you are he.
For trouble being gone, comfort should remain: but when you depart from me, sorrow abides and happiness takes his leave. Don Pedro. You embrace your charge too willingly. I think this is your daughter. 100 Leonato. Her mother hath many times told me so. Benedick. Were you in doubt, sir, that you asked her? Leonato. Signior Benedick, no—for then were you a child. Don Pedro. You have it full, Benedick—we may guess by this what you are, being a man. Truly the lady fathers herself. Be happy, lady, for you are like an honourable father.
Thou art the grave 'where buried love doth live, Hung with the trophies of my lovers gone, Who all their parts of me to thee did give; That due of many, now is thine alone: Their images I loved I view in thee, And thou, all they, hast all the all of me. W e hope that it is not entirely fanciful to claim Beatrice for a creature, and one of the best-embodied, of the many through whom Shakespeare chased his mirage. We may, if we choose, see him chasing it thus through his long gallery of portraiture Still clutching the inviolable shade, but the portraits step out of their frames behind him, flesh and blood, created to consent and be merry mothers of children.
The Cambridge Dover Wilson Shakespeare, Volume 24: Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare