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69 I know not loue (quoth he) nor will not know it, Vnleffe it be a Boare, and then I chafe it, 410 399. eye] eyes Wynd. 400. His] Hir Q8. Her Qn. 401. is so] so is Q12. dares] dare Qu+ (except Cam., Wynd., Dow., Bull., Pool., Rid., ...
426. battry] Brown (ed. 1913): Battery is an assault against an enemy's walls. By extension of meaning it signified in some cases (as here) a successful assault, a breach. Cf. Pericles, V.i.47. 72 What canft thou talke (quoth she) haft ...
72 What canft thou talke (quoth she) haft thou a tong? 427 0 would thou hadst not, or I had no hearing, Thy marmaides voice hath done me double wrong, I had my lode before, now preft with bearing, 430 Mellodious difcord, heauenly tune ...
83 O where am I (quoth me,) in earth or heauen, Or in the Ocean drencht, or in the fire: What houre is this, or morne, or wearie euen, 4 95 Do I delight to die or life defire? 484. earth] world Qi—Qu, State- Mar., Var., Aid., Knt., ...
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GENERAL CRITICISM OF VENUS AND ADONIS AND LUCRECE
WILLIAM JAGGARD HEYWOOD AND SHAKESPERE
DATE AND AUTHENTICITY
THE DATE OF COMPOSITION
The Date of Composition
The Sources Scholarly Opinion
Selections from Goldings Ovid 1567
Selection from Spenser
THE DATE OF COMPOSITION
SELECTION FROM LIVY
SELECTION FROM OVID
SELECTION FROM CHAUCER
SELECTION FROM PAINTER
JOHN QUARLESS TARQUIN BANISHED
THE VOGUE OF VENUS AND ADONIS AND LUCRECE
SCHOLARLY OPINION AND CRITICISM BEFORE 1912
SCHOLARLY OPINION AND CRITICISM AFTER 1912
THE COTESBENSON EDITION OF SHAKESPEARES POEMS 1640
MUSICAL SETTINGS FOR THE POEMS
LIST OF BOOKS
INDEX OF FIRST LINES
INDEX TO THE COMMENTARY AND THE APPENDIX