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A Blot in the 'Scutcheon - Robert Browning
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: COLOMBE'S BIRTHDAY. A PLAY. "Ivy and violet, what do ye here With blossom and shoot in the warm spring-weather, Hiding the arms of Monckenci and foref'-Hanmer. NO ONE LOVES AND HONORS BARRY CORNWALL MORE THAN DOES ROBERT BROWNING; WHO, HAVING NOTHING BETTER THAN THIS PLAY TO GIVE HIM IN PROOF OF Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: COLOMBE'S BIRTHDAY. A PLAY. "Ivy and violet, what do ye here With blossom and shoot in the warm spring-weather, Hiding the arms of Monckenci and foref'-Hanmer. NO ONE LOVES AND HONORS BARRY CORNWALL MORE THAN DOES ROBERT BROWNING; WHO, HAVING NOTHING BETTER THAN THIS PLAY TO GIVE HIM IN PROOF OF IT, MUST SAY SO. London, 1844. Persons. Colombe Of Ravestein, Duchess of Juliers and Cleves. Sabyne, Adolf, her Attendants. Guibert, Gaucelme, Maufroy, Clugnet, Courtiers. Valence, Advocate of Cleves. Prince Berthold, Claimant of the Duchy. Melchior, his Confidant. PLACE, The Palace at Juliers. Time, 16- COLOMBE'S BIRTHDAY. ACT I. Morning. Scene-A Corridor leading to the Audience-chamber. Gaucelme, Clugnet, Maufroy, and other Courtiers, round Guibert, who is silently reading a paper: as he drops it at the end- Guibert. That this should be her birthday- and the day We all invested her, twelve months ago, As the late Duke's true heiress and our liege; And that this also must become the day- Oh! miserable lady! 1 Courtier. Ay, indeed? 2 Courtier. Well, Guibert? 3 Courtier. But your news, my friend, your news! The sooner, friend, one learns Prince Berthold's pleasure, The better for us all: how writes the Prince? Give me! I '11 read it for the common good. Guibert. In time, sir-but till time comes, pardon me! 10 Our old Duke just disclosed his child's retreat, Declared her true succession to his rule, And died: this birthday was the day, last year, We convoyed her from Castle Ravestein- That sleeps out trustfully its extreme age On the Meuse' quiet bank, where she lived queen Over the water-buds-to Juliers' court With joy and bustle. Here again we stand; Sir Gaucelme's buckle 's constant to his cap: To-day 's. EBooks, Books~~Fiction~~Mystery & Detective - General, A-Blot-in-the-Scutcheon~~Robert-Browning, 999999999, A Blot in the 'Scutcheon, Robert Browning, 2819943861, pubOne.info, , , , , pubOne.info

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pubOne.info present you this new edition. ROBERT BROWNING stands, in respect to his origin and his career, in marked contrast to the two aristocratic poets beside whose dramas his " Blot in the &apos Scutcheon" is here printed. His father was a bank clerk and a dissenter at a time when dissent meant exclusion from Society the poet went neither to one of the great public schools nor to Oxford or Cambridge and no breath of scandal touched his name. Born in London in 1812, he was educated largely by private tutors, and spent two years at London University, but the influence of his father, a man of wide reading and cultivated tastes, was probably the most important element in his early training. He drew well, was something of a musician, and wrote verses from an early age, though it was the accidental reading of a volume of Shelley which first kindled his real inspiration. This indebtedness is beautifully acknowledged in his first published poem, " Pauline" (1833). Blot in the `Scutcheon: pubOne.info present you this new edition. ROBERT BROWNING stands, in respect to his origin and his career, in marked contrast to the two aristocratic poets beside whose dramas his " Blot in the &apos Scutcheon" is here printed. His father was a bank clerk and a dissenter at a time when dissent meant exclusion from Society the poet went neither to one of the great public schools nor to Oxford or Cambridge and no breath of scandal touched his name. Born in London in 1812, he was educated largely by private tutors, and spent two years at London University, but the influence of his father, a man of wide reading and cultivated tastes, was probably the most important element in his early training. He drew well, was something of a musician, and wrote verses from an early age, though it was the accidental reading of a volume of Shelley which first kindled his real inspiration. This indebtedness is beautifully acknowledged in his first published poem, " Pauline" (1833)., Pub One Info

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pubOne.info present you this new edition. ROBERT BROWNING stands, in respect to his origin and his career, in marked contrast to the two aristocratic poets beside whose dramas his `Blot in the `Scutcheon` is here printed. His father was a bank clerk and a dissenter at a time when dissent meant exclusion from Society the poet went neither to one of the great public schools nor to Oxford or Cambridge and no breath of scandal touched his name. Born in London in 1812, he was educated largely by private tutors, and spent two years at London University, but the influence of his father, a man of wide reading and cultivated tastes, was probably the most important element in his early training. He drew well, was something of a musician, and wrote verses from an early age, though it was the accidental reading of a volume of Shelley which first kindled his real inspiration. This indebtedness is beautifully acknowledged in his first published poem, `Pauline` (1833). Blot in the `Scutcheon: pubOne.info present you this new edition. ROBERT BROWNING stands, in respect to his origin and his career, in marked contrast to the two aristocratic poets beside whose dramas his `Blot in the `Scutcheon` is here printed. His father was a bank clerk and a dissenter at a time when dissent meant exclusion from Society the poet went neither to one of the great public schools nor to Oxford or Cambridge and no breath of scandal touched his name. Born in London in 1812, he was educated largely by private tutors, and spent two years at London University, but the influence of his father, a man of wide reading and cultivated tastes, was probably the most important element in his early training. He drew well, was something of a musician, and wrote verses from an early age, though it was the accidental reading of a volume of Shelley which first kindled his real inspiration. This indebtedness is beautifully acknowledged in his first published poem, `Pauline` (1833)., Pub One Info

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A Blot in the ´Scutcheon
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A Blot in the ´Scutcheon

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9782819943860

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Date de parution: 1812
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