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" Great griefs, I see, medicine the less; for Cloten Is quite forgot. He was a queen's son, boys: And though he came our enemy, remember He was paid for that: though mean and mighty, rotting Together, have one dust, yet reverence, That angel of the world,... "
Gaisford prize: Greek Theocritean verse [Cymbeline, act 4, scene 2, tr.] by ... - Page 8
by William Shakespeare - 1869
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The Works of Shakespeare

William Shakespeare - 1899
...quite forgot. He was a queen's son, boys ; And though he came_Gur_ejiemy7 remember He was paid for_ that : though mean and mighty, rotting Together, have...doth make distinction Of place 'tween high and low. -Qur^foe was princely ; And tfiough you took his life, as being our foe, 250 Yet bury him as. a prince....
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Shetland Folk-lore

John Spence - Folklore - 1899 - 255 pages
...are other ancient mounds of considerable size, perhaps tombs of the great and the wealthy, for— " Though mean and mighty, rotting Together, have one...doth make distinction Of place 'tween high and low." So it may be that, under such a great So mound as that reared at Safester, in "some remote and dateless...
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Bacon and Shakespeare Parallelisms

Edwin Reed - 1902 - 470 pages
...exposition of this singular parallelism, see 'Francis Bacon Our Shake-speare,' p. 19. 722 REVERENCE " Though mean and mighty, rotting Together, have one...doth make distinction Of place 'tween high and low." Cymbeline, iv. 3 (1623). "Reverence is that wherewith princes are gin from God." — Essay of Seditions...
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Mastersingers

Filson Young - Music - 1906 - 238 pages
...the shafts of late sunshine that slant through the windows and paint the dusty floor. CHARLES HALL& Though mean and mighty, rotting Together, have one...doth make distinction Of place 'tween high and low. WHEN a musician or a painter writes his autobiography we may expect to find in its pages a much truer...
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Shakespeare and the Modern Stage: With Other Essays

Sir Sidney Lee - 1906 - 251 pages
...social order, which must be respected even in death: — Though mean and mighty, rotting Together, make one dust; yet reverence, — That angel of the world, — doth make distinction Of place 'twixt high and low. "Reverence, that angel of the world," is the ultimate bond of civil society, and...
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Volume 7

William Shakespeare - 1907
...it with thee; For notes of sorrow out of tune are worse Than priests and fanes that lie. ARv. We 'll speak it then. BEL. Great griefs, I see, medicine...Of place 'tween high and low. Our foe was princely; 25 And though you took his life as being our foe, Yet bury him as a prince. GUI. Pray you, fetch...
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Shakespeare: Five Lectures

George Nye Boardman - Dramatists, English - 1908 - 140 pages
...again in the words of the wronged Belisarius. Tempted to acts of vengeance he submits to his lot: "And yet reverence, "(That angel of the world) doth make distinction "Of place 'tween high and low." He was a man of wide observation and saw that righteousness was the real basis of security. "What stronger...
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Works ...

William Shakespeare - 1909
...Scene 1I] Cymbeline 115 Than priests and fanes that lie. Arviragus. We 'll speak it, then. Belarius. Great griefs, I see, medicine the less, for Cloten...make distinction Of place 'tween high and low. Our fee1 was princely; And though you took his life' ' be'^g our foe, 251 Yet bury him as a prince. ••...
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The Romantic Movement in English Poetry

Arthur Symons - English literature - 1909 - 344 pages
...last two lines ; and they are striking lines. But let us open Shakespeare, and read, say, this : — ' He was a queen's son, boys : And though he came our...angel of the world, doth make distinction Of place 'twixt high and low.' Here the superb epithet, 'that angel of the world,' which seems to interrupt...
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The Romantic Movement in English Poetry

Arthur Symons - English literature - 1909 - 344 pages
...last two lines ; and they are striking lines. But let us open Shakespeare, and read, say, this: — ' He was a queen's son, boys : And though he came our...angel of the world, doth make distinction Of place 'twizt high and low.' Here the superb epithet, 'that angel of the world,' which seems to interrupt...
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