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IMOGEN, disguised as a boy, in BELARIUS cave.
BELARIUS, GUIDERIUS, and ARVIRAGUS returning
“ Bel. But that it eats our victuals, I should think
What's the matter, sir?
Act III. S. 6.
CLOTEN compelling PISANIO to produce POST
HUMUS' garments, on discovering that IMOGEN was gone.
« Clo. With that suit on my back will I ravish her. First kill him, and in her eyes : there shall she see my valour, which will then be a torment to her contempt. He on the ground, my speech of insultment ended on his dead body, and when my lust hath dined (which, as I say, to vex her, I will execute in the clothes that she so praised), to the court I'll knock her back-foot her home again,”
IMOGEN supposed to be dead from the operation of a drug
given to her by PISANIO. (CLOTEN has been killed by GUIDERIUS,
whom he had attacked.) “ Gui. I have sent Cloten's clotpoll down the stream, In embassy to his mother; his body's hostage For his return.
Enter ARVIRAGUS bearing IMOGEN as dead in
O sweetest, fairest lily!
Acr IV. S. 2.
IMOGEN having been laid by the headless body of CLO
TEN, from the garments supposes it to be POSTHUMUS. She is found by LUCIUS.
- O Posthumus ! Alas!
Luc. ....... What trunk is here
He is alive, my lord.
I am nothing; or if not,
Act IV. S. 2.
The rescue of CYMBELINE by BELARIUS, GUIDERIUS, and ARVIRAGUS.-LEONATUS POST. HUMUS having come over in the Roman army, throws off his armour, and, disguised as a peasant, seconds the Britons; he vanquisheth and disarmeth IACHIMO.
“ BEL. Stand, stand! we have the advantage of the
POSTHUMUS resumes the Roman habit, and yields him
self a prisoner.
“ 1 Cap. Stand! who is there?
Lay hands on him! a dog!
ACT V. S. 3.
POSTHUMUS' vision in the prison.
(The ghosts of his father, mother, and two brothers appear,
and are complaining to Jupiter of his hard fate. Jupiter
Offend our hearing. ...
Acr V. S. 4.
CYMBELINE having promised IMOGEN, as LUCIUS
page, any request she can have to make, she desires that IACHIMO may be compelled to show how he obtained POSTHUMUS'ring. BELARIUS, GUIDERIUS, and ARVIRAGUS, in doubt about the identity of IMOGEN.
66 BEL. Is not this boy revived from death? · ARv.
One sand another.
Gui. The same dead thing alive.
Come, stand thou by our side; Make thy demand aloud.—Sir, (to Iach.) step you forth : Give answer to this boy, and do it freely.
Imo. My boon is, that this gentleman may render
. . I returned with simular proof enough To make the noble Leonatus mad; ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . this her bracelet; (O cunning, how I got it!) nay, some marks Of secret on her person, that he could not But think her bond of chastity quite crack’d, I having ta’en the forfeit. Post. Italian fiend !_"