Shakespeares Venus und Adonis im verhältnis zu Ovids Metamorphosen und Constables Schäfergesang

Friedrichs-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, 1890 - 47 páginas
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Página 27 - With this he breaketh from the sweet embrace Of those fair arms which bound him to her breast, And homeward through the dark laund runs apace; Leaves Love upon her back, deeply distress'd. Look how a bright star shooteth from the sky, So glides he in the night from Venus...
Página 9 - EVEN as the sun with purple-colour'd face Had ta'en his last leave of the weeping morn, Rose-cheek'd Adonis hied him to the chase ; Hunting he lov'd, but love he laugh'd to scorn : Sick-thoughted Venus makes amain unto him, And like a bold-fac'd suitor 'gins to woo him. Thrice fairer than myself...
Página 11 - Paphos' goddess they salute; Now Love's Queen so fair Had of mirth no care: For her son had made her mute. In her breast so tender, He a shaft did enter, When her eyes beheld a boy: Adonis was he named, By his mother shamed : Yet he now is Venus
Página 36 - His eies did glister blud and fire: right dreadfull was to see His brawned necke, right dredfull was his haire which grew as thicke With pricking points as one of them could well by other sticke. And like a front of armed Pikes set close in battell ray The sturdie bristles on his back stoode staring up alway.
Página 12 - ... puer o dignissime credi 320 esse deus, seu tu deus es, potes esse Cupido, sive es mortalis, qui te genuere, beati, et frater felix, et fortunata profecto, si qua tibi soror est, et quae dedit ubera nutrix; sed longe cunctis longeque beatior illa, 325 si qua tibi sponsa est, si quam dignabere taeda. haec tibi sive aliqua est, mea sit furtiva voluptas, seu nulla est, ego sim, thalamumque ineamus eundem.
Página 46 - Love comforteth like, sunshine after rain, But Lust's effect is tempest after sun; Love's gentle spring doth always fresh remain, Lust's winter comes ere summer is half done. Love surfeits not, Lust like a glutton dies, Love is all truth, Lust full of forged lies.
Página 28 - adest' responderat Echo, hic stupet, utque aciem partes dimittit in omnes, voce 'veni' magna clamat: vocat illa vocantem. respicit et rursus nullo veniente 'quid
Página 10 - dicam,' ait ' et veteris monstrum mirabere culpae. sed labor insolitus iam me lassavit, et, ecce, opportuna sua blanditur populus umbra, 555 datque torum caespes : libet hac requiescere tecum ' (et requievit)
Página 32 - Facta mora est, cum flos de sanguine concolor ortus, Qualem, quae lento celant sub cortice granum, Punica ferre solent. brevis est tamen usus in illo: Namque male haerentem et nimia levitate caducum Excutiunt idem, qui praestant nomina, venti...
Página 27 - Speake sayd shee, no more, of following the Boare, thou unfit for such a chase: . . Course the fearefull Hare, Venson doe not spare, if thou wilt yeeld Venus grace. Shun the Boare I pray thee, Else I still will stay thee, herein he vowed to please her minde, Then her armes enlarged, Loth shee him discharged, forth he went as swift as winde. Thetis Phoebus...

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