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" Israelite, Friend him with deeds, and touch no hair of him, — Not that fair hair with which the wanton winds Delight to play, and love to make it curl; Wherein the nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bowers in every golden tress To... "
The Works of George Peele: David and Bethsabe. Battle of Alcazar. Device of ... - Página 60
por George Peele - 1829
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History of English Literature

Reuben Post Halleck - 1900 - 499 páginas
...morn Beat up the light with their bright silver hoofs And chase it through the sky." — MARSTON. -' Not that fair hair with which the wanton winds Delight...golden tress To sing their lover every night asleep." — PEELE. Even a nameless poet could say to his dead children : — "But you are playing in the angels'...
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History of English Literature

Reuben Post Halleck - 1900 - 499 páginas
...through the sky." — MAKSTON. "Not that fair hair with which the wanton winds Delight to play and lov- to make it curl, Wherein the nightingales would build...tress To sing their lover every night asleep."— PEELE. Even a nameless poet could say to his dead children : — "But you are playing in the angels'...
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The Oxford Point of View, Volume 2

1903
...a piece of hateful carrion ; or in David's charge to his court to spare the young man Absalom : — Touch no hair of him, Not that fair hair with which...golden tress, To sing their lover every night asleep. But the whole piece is full of imagery, rich and oriental, if somewhat exaggerated. "The Battle of...
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History of English Literature

Alastair St. Clair Mackenzie - 1914 - 477 páginas
...1599. There is tenderness in the passage that depicts the mourning of the king over his son Absalom : Touch no hair of him, Not that fair hair with which...every golden tress, To sing their lover every night to sleep. Robert Greene (15607-1592). — When Robert Greene, a master of English romantic comedy,...
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English Literature

Julian Willis Abernethy - 1916 - 585 páginas
...r'letor'c> yct showing the imagination of a real poet in lines like David's praise of Absalom: — Friend him with deeds, and touch no hair of him, Not...golden tress. To sing their lover every night asleep. The passage also illustrates the progress that blank verse was making. Peele's Chronicle of Edward...
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The Minor Elizabethan Drama, Volume 1

Thomas Norton, Thomas Sackville Earl of Dorset, George Peele, Thomas Kyd, Nicholas Udall, John Lyly, Robert Greene - 1917
...ears ; — For my sake spare the young man Absalon. Joab, thyself didst once use friendly words 1400 To reconcile my heart incens'd to him ; If, then,...asleep: O, spoil not, Joab, Jove's fair ornaments, 1410 Which he hath sent to solace David's soul ! The best, ye see, my lords, are swift to sin ; To...
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Themes in Drama: Volume 8, Historical Drama

James Redmond - 1986 - 268 páginas
...of him, Not that fair haire with which the wanton winds Delight to play, and love to make it curie, Wherein the Nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bowers in every golden tresse, To sing their lover every night asleepe. O spoile not Joab, Joves faire ornaments, Which he...
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The Plays of Christopher Marlowe and George Peele: Rhetoric and Renaissance ...

Brian B. Ritchie - 1999 - 358 páginas
...Not that fair haire with whieh the wanton winds Delight to play, and love to make it eurie, Whereto the Nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bowers in every golden tresse. To sing their lover every night asleepe. O spoile not Joab, Joves faire ornaments, Whieh he...
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The Plays of Christopher Marlowe and George Peele: Rhetoric and Renaissance ...

Brian B. Ritchie - 1999 - 358 páginas
...Not that fair haire with which the wanton winds Delight to play, and love to make it curle, Whereto the Nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bowers in every golden tresse, To sing their lover every night asleepe. O spoile not Joab, Joves faire ornaments, Which he...
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