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In this edition, arid- in that of Milton's poems in 1645, there was prefixfed'-tQ -,the
Mask the following dedication : — To the Right Honourable Lord John Viscount
Brackly, Sou and Heir Apparent to the Karl of Bridoewater, d-c. My Lord, — This ...
%\t $tfS0M. The Attendant Spirit, afterwards in the habit of Thyrsis. Comus, with
his crew. The Lady. First Brother. Second Brother. Sabrina, the Nymph. Ije Cjjtef
persons fe^o prestnteb torn — The Lord Braokly. Mr. Thomas Egerton, his Brother
[The Attendant Spirit hahited like a Shepherd.] That halloo I should know ; what
are you ? Speak ! Come not too near ; you fall on iron stakes else. What voice is
that ? My young lord? Speak again. < N ELDER BROTHER. Thyrsis ? whose
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I much prefer John Kinsella's updated version 'A Dialogic Mask' which, rather engagingly, includes John Milton's original in a beautifully produced hardback. Comus is available from Arc Publications.