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" We Jews can fawn like spaniels when we please; And when we grin we bite; yet are our looks As innocent and harmless as a lamb's. I learn'd in Florence how to kiss my hand, Heave up my shoulders when they call me dog, And duck as low as any bare-foot friar... "
Christopher Marlowe and His Associates - Strana 155
autor/autoři: John Henry Ingram - 1904 - 305 str.
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Traffic and Turning: Islam and English Drama, 1579-1624

Jonathan Burton - 2005 - 319 str.
...is not to say, however, that the Jews of the drama are never dissemblers. Barabas, for one, admits, We Jews can fawn like spaniels when we please, And...are our looks As innocent and harmless as a lamb's. (2.3.20-22) Barabas's confession of falsehood is immediately followed by a recollection of his education...
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Shakespeare's Marlowe: The Influence of Christopher Marlowe on Shakespeare's ...

Robert A. Logan - 2007 - 251 str.
...dog! / Look when he fawns he bites" (Richard III, I, iii, 289-90) is an explicit echo of Barabas's "We Jews can fawn like spaniels when we please; / And when we grin we bite" (The Jew of Malta, II, iii, 20-2 1 ).27 As Barabas's analogy suggests, the idea seems to be a commonplace....
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Reading the Jewish Woman on the Elizabethan Stage

Michelle Ephraim - 2008 - 180 str.
...as ideal for the part of actor: I am not of the tribe of Levi, I, That can so soon forget an injury. We Jews can fawn like spaniels when we please; And...are our looks As innocent and harmless as a lamb's. (2.3.18-22) As Jonathan Gil Harris argues, "Barabas characterizes his skill in role-playing as his...
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The Merchant of Venice

William Shakespeare - 1895 - 168 str.
...Jew of Malta, where Barabas says, II. 3. ", 23—^S: "We Jews can fawn like spaniels when we please: I learned in Florence how to kiss my hand, Heave up...call me dog, And duck as low as any barefoot friar." Still, always, ever. a shrug; a gesture specially appropriate to one dwelling in Italy. sufferance,...
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