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The first thing observable on these words is , that this action of the mermaid is
laid in the same time and place with Cupid's attack upon the veftal . By the vestal
every one knows is meant queen Elizabeth . It is very natural and reasonable
See also Mr. Ritson's observations on the same subject . On account of their
length , they are given at the end of the play . STEEVENS . Cupid all arm'd : ] All
arm'd , does not signify dressed in panoply , but only enforces the word armed ,
He might have remarked the same of “ The raging rocks “ And shivering shocks . "
Gascoigne , contemporary with our poet , remarks and blames the same
affectation . JOHNSON . It is also ridiculed by Sidney in his Aprophel and Stella .
In this same interlude , it doth befall , “ That I , one Snout by name , present a wall
: “ And such a wall , as I would have you think , “ That had in it a cranny'd hole , or
chink , “ Through which the lovers , Pyramus and Thisby , “ Did whisper often ...
See the note on the same words , Act V. sc . ii . MALONE . 3 What lady is that
same ? ] It is odd that Shakspeare should make Dumain enquire after Rosaline ,
who was the mistress of Biron , and neglect Katharine , who was his own .
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