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Steevens . 9 Steevens reads , with the second folio :Her beauty hangs apon , ' & c
. Shakspeare has the same thought in his 27th Sonnet :Which like a jewel hung
in ghastly night , Makes black night beauteous , and her old face new . ' Lyly , in ...
Mr . Steevens considers the passage as extremely elliptical , and regards the
night as the run - away ; making Juliet wish that its eyes , the stars , might retire ,
to prevent discovery . Mr . Justice Blackstone can perceive nothing optative in the
But , as I have a soal , I swear by heaven , I never knew of this most horrid murder
. ' takes off the rose From the fair forehead of an innocent love , ' & c . One would
think by the ludicrous gravity with which Steevens 29 • To punish me by making ...
Steevens is sadly put to it to explain how keeping Roderigo back and putting him
on can quadrate , and all is doubt and perplexity . Bishop Hall , in the third satire
of his fifth book , uses trace for to follow : . Go on and thrive , my petty tyrant ' s ...
To which Steevens replies , I know not why we should suppose that Shakspeare
borrowed so common a repetition as these diversified farewells from any
preceding drama . A string of adieus is perhaps the most tempting of all
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