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" Cressid's name the very crown of falsehood, If ever she leave Troilus ! Time, force, and death, Do to this body what extremes you can ; But the strong base and building of my love Is as the very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it. "
The Living Age - Page 205
1897
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Shakespeare's History of Troilus and Cressida

William Shakespeare - Cressida (Fictitious character) - 1882 - 222 pages
...falsehood,^ If ever she leave Troilus ! Time, force, and death,/ 100 Do to this body what extremes you can ; But the strong base and building of my love...very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it. I '11 go in and weep, — Pandarus. Do, do. Cressida. Tear my bright hair and scratch my praised cheeks,...
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A few fragmentary thoughts about Shakespeare, a paper

James Turner (of Birmingham.) - 1882
...born. He says in Troilus and Cressida: " Time, force, and death, Do to this body what extremes they can; But the strong base and building of my love Is...very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it." Again, the fact of blood circulating is told in Borneo and Juliet, act v, scene 1 : " A dram of poison,...
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Shakespeare Commentaries

Georg Gottfried Gervinus - 1883 - 955 pages
...ominous and equivocal expressions ; ' Time, force, and death,' she says, Do to this body what extremes you can ; But the strong base and building of my love...very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it! With the same suspicious expression Pandarus praises the innate constancy of all her kindred : ' They...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 213

1897
...no vulgar player, parsimoniously acting only when she would deceive another; she employs her finost eloquence to deceive herself. Only Pandarus is present...Fie, fie upon her! There's language in her eye, her cheek, her lip, Nay, her foot speaks; her wanton spirits look out At every joint and motive of her...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 75

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1897
...Troy and Troilus. It is not to impress that corrupt and despicable servant of her pleasures, 35C 357 but to delude her own heart, that she declares with...Fie, fie upon her ! There's language in her eye, her cheek, her lip, Nay, her foot speaks ; her wanton spirits look out At every joint and motive of her...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 75

1897
...real passion : Time, force, and death Do to this body what extremity you can ; But the strong hase and building of my love Is as the very centre of the...Fie, fie upon her ! There's language in her eye, her cheek, her lip, Nay, her foot speaks ; her wanton spirits look out At every joint and motive of her...
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Shakespere's Works, Volume 8

William Shakespeare - 1897
...crown of falsehood If ever she leave Troilus ! Time, force, and death, Do to this body what extremes you can ; But the strong base and building of my love...very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it. I '11 go in and weep, — Pan. Do, do. Cres. Tear my bright hair, and scratch my praised cheeks, Crack...
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William Shakespeare: A Critical Study

Georg Brandes - 1898
...(iv. 2) the heroine thus expresses herself: — "Tune, force, and death, Do to this body what extremes you can, But the strong base and building of my love...very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it." So carelessly does Shakespeare throw out such an extraordinary divination. His achievement in thus,...
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The Vale Shakespeare, Volume 5

William Shakespeare - 1900
...crown of falsehood, If ever she leave Troilus!— Time, force, and death, Do to this body what extremes you can ; But the strong base and building of my love...very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it. I 'll go in and weep,— PANDARUS. Do, do. CRESSIDA. Tear my bright hair, and scratch my praised cheeks,...
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Obiter Dicta of Bacon and Shakespeare on Manners, Mind, Morals

Francis Bacon, Mrs. Henry Pott - Conduct of life - 1900 - 303 pages
...steel, as plautage to the moon . . . As iron to adamant, as earth to the centre." —Tr. Cr. iii. 2. " The strong base and building of my love Is as the...very centre of the earth, Drawing all things to it." — Tr. Cr. iv. 2. MAN Compounded. In the fable of Prometheus it is not without reason added that the...
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