Lorine's cabin water lily

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Author: William Shakespeare
Title: Histories and poems, vol. 2
Publisher: Modern Library
Type of document: Book

Notes: p. 972: These lines from Sonnet XXX are bracketed: "Then can I drown an eye, unus'd to flow,/For precious friends hid in death's dateless night,/And weep afresh love's long since cancell'd woe,/And moan the expense of many a vanish'd sight."

p. 1010: At Sonnet CXXVII: "Here begins those addressed tro rthe lady."

Fourth page from end: "Sonnets 1 thru 17 - he urges his friend (man) to marry & beget a child - celebrates his physical beauty. 18 begins a change - celebrates an inner beauty also, plus an eternal beauty that belongs to the poet as well. Reproves the young man for havinig an affair with the poet's lady. 127 to 152 - to the lady who awakensw lust in him rather than quiet romance."

On second last page: "18, 26-62, 27-, 29-, 30-, 43, 55, 64, 73-74, 94 irony, 128 129, 147*, 152."

Date last updated: 11/16/10

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