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" To make a snare for mine own neck! and run My head into it, wilfully! with laughter! When I had newly scaped, was free and clear, Out of mere wantonness! "
Sejanus his fall ; Volpone: or, The fox ; Epiccene: or, The silent woman - Strana 310
autor/autoři: Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1875
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The British Essayists: Observer

James Ferguson - 1823
...up by making Volpone exclaim against his own folly— I am caught in my own noose— And again— To make a snare for mine own neck, and run My head into...'scaped, was free and clear, Out of mere wantonness! Oh, the dull devil Was in this brain of mine, when I devised it, And Mosca gave it second• These...
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Works, Svazek 3

Ben Jonson - 1875
...making Volpone exclaim against his own folly — I am caught in mine own noose — "And again — To make a snare for mine own neck ! and run My head into...mine, when I devised it, And Mosca gave it second — These are my fine conceits ! I must be merry, with a mischief to me ! What a vile wretch was I,...
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Plays and Poems

Ben Jonson - 1890 - 320 str.
...be, but he's possest, grave fathers. [Thesceneclases. SCENE VII.— A Street. Enter VOLPONE. Volp. To make a snare for mine own neck ! and run My head into...'scaped, was free, and clear, Out of mere wantonness ! Oh, the dull devil Was in this brain of mine, when I devised it, And Mosca gave it second ; he must...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 878 str.
...v. xi. BEN JONSON v. xii. My head into it, wilfully ! with laughter ! When I had newly всар d, was free and clear, Out of mere wantonness! O, the dull devil Was in this brain of mine when I devis'd it, < And Mosca gave it second ; he must now Help to sear up this vein, or we bleed dead. [Enttr...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 878 str.
...free uud clear, Out of mere wantonness ! 0. the dull devil Was in I liis brain of mine when I devis'd \eption took. NAMO,. ANDROOYNO, and CASTRONE.] How now ! Who let you loose ? Whither go you now ? What, to buy gingerbread,...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists: Excluding Shakespeare, Selected Plays by ...

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 878 str.
...run V. XI. v. xil. My head into it, wilfully ! with laughter 1 VVIieu I had newly seap d, was freu and clear, Out of mere wantonness ! O, the dull devil Was in this brain of mine when I devis'd it, • And Mosca gave it secoud ; he must now Help to sear up this vein, or we bleed dead....
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Volpone: Or, The Fox

Ben Jonson - 1919 - 254 str.
...fathers. 50 Act \. Scene xi. VOLPONE, NANO, AXDROQXO, CASTROXE. TO make a fnare, for mine owne necke ! and run My head into it, wilfully! with laughter! When I had newly fcap't, was free, and cleare! Out of mere wantonneffe ! O, the dull deuill Was in this braine of mine,...
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Three Comedies

Ben Jonson - 1966 - 488 str.
...he is possessed, grave fathers. [SCENE six] V, xi [A street.] [Enter VOL PONE, alone.] [VOLPONE:] To make a snare for mine own neck! And run My head into...wantonness ! O, the dull devil Was in this brain of inine when I devised it, And Mosca gave it second; he must now Help to sear up this vein, or we bleed...
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Lovers, Clowns, and Fairies: An Essay on Comedies

Stuart M. Tave - 1993 - 272 str.
...after escaping "free and clear," and has done it "Out of mere wantonness!" He's been a clever devil but O, the dull devil Was in this brain of mine when I devised it, And Mosca gave it second . . . But Mosca gave it second not in support but in his own plot. The desperate (and foolish) hope...
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Reading the Renaissance: Culture, Poetics, and Drama

Jonathan Locke Hart - 1996 - 290 str.
...the situation. "a labyrinth" (Vx42). ln the street. Volpone admits that he has caught himself: "To make a snare for mine own neck! and run / My head into it. wilfully! with laughter!" (V.xi.1-2). For Voltore. Volpone comes back from the dead and begins his counter-plot against Mosca....
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