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Then, Philip, mark this further; No leg has he to stand on! No? That’s comfort. ISTRETAINER 2ND RETAINER Peace, Cook! The Earl descends. Well, Gerard, see The Earl at least! Come, there’s a proper man, I hope! Why, Ralph, no falcon, Pole or Swede, 60 Has got a starrier eye. His eyes are blue: 3RD RETAINER But leave my hawks alone! 4THRETAINER So young, and yet So tall and shapely! Here’s Lord Tresham’s self! tjTHRETAINER There now-there’s what a nobleman should be! He’s older, graver, loftier, he’s more like 65 A House’s head.
TRESHAM Well? GUENDOLEN -With lacking wit. TRESHAM He lacked wit? Where might he lack wit, so please you? GUENDOLEN In standing straighter than the steward’s rod And making you the tiresomest harangue, 140 Instead of slipping over to my side And softly whispering in my ear, “Sweet lady, Your cousin there will do me detriment He little dreams of: he’s absorbed, I see, In my old name and fame-be sure he’ll leave 14s My Mildred, when his best account of me Is ended, in full confidence I wear My grandsire’s periwig down either cheek.
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