10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «TROTHLESS» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von trothless
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit trothless
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
Poems of Robert Greene and Chrph. Marlowe ed. by Rob. Bell
Robert Greene. “ ~"_-"" "" _-1--—--nI-I1-i—>.--1am'——.-i ALEXIS. 87 Now is she
loathed and now is she left of trothless Alexis. Here did he clip and kiss
Rosamond, and vow by Diana, None so dear to the swain as I, nor none so
beloved; Here ...
Transactions of the Annual Meeting of the Ohio College ...
In order to get at the alliteration we have to dislocate the words shrine, shunne;
heart, hereafter; trustie, trothless; friend, foe. We even get occasionally what
might be called a repeated transverse alliteration, e. g., "a sweet Panther with a ...
Ohio College Association. Meeting, 1888
The dramatic and poetical works of Robert Greene & George Peele
And trothless Baliol, || their accursed king, With fire and sword doth threat
Northumberland. Langth. How one affliction calls another over ! First death
torments me, IF then I feel disgrace! And false Baliol means to brave me too ; But I
will find ...
Robert Greene, George Peele, Alexander Dyce, 1883
The dramatic and poetical works: With memoirs of the authors ...
... i' the mountains; All Thessaly help poor Rosamond mournful to bemoan her,
For she's quite bereft of her love, and left of Alexis: Once was she lik'd and once
was she lov'd of wanton Alexis ; Now is she loath'd and now is she left of trothless
Robert Greene, George Peele, Alexander Dyce, 1861
The Broadview Anthology of Seventeenth-Century Verse
But now thy friends whom thou didst call to go, Heavy spectators of thy hapless
case, See thy betrayer, whom too well they know, One of the twelve, now object
of disgrace, A trothless traitor, and a mortal foe, ' With feigned kindness seeks
Alan Rudrum, Joseph Black, Holly Faith Nelson, 2001
Marlowe's Counterfeit Profession: Ovid, Spenser, ...
Thou trothless and unjust, what lines are these? Am I grown old, or is thy lust
grown young, Or hath my love been so obscur'd in thee, That others needs to
comment on my text? (The Massacre at Paris xv.24-7) In the last line, Bennett
finds 'a ...
A select collection of old plays: In twelve volumes
And trothless Baliol, their accursed king,“ With fire and sword doth threat
Northumberland. ' Longsh. How one affliction calls another over! First death
torments me, then Ifeel disgrace. Again Lluellen he rebels in Wales, And false
Baliol means ...
A Select Collection of Old Plays: Wounds of civil war
Who loveth Marius, now must die with Marius ! Lucretius. What answer will your
lordship then return us? Young Marius. Lucretius,we thatknow what Syllais—
How dissolute, how trothless, and corrupt, ' In brief, conclude to die before we
Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist, 1825
Five Old Plays, Forming a Supplement to the Collection of ...
Apollo's masterdomt I invocate, To whom henceforth my deeds I dedicate; That of
his godhead, 'hove all gods divine, With his rich spirit he would lighten mine :
That I may sing true lays of trothless deeds, Which to conceive my heart through ...
The London encyclopaedia: or Universal dictionary of ...
J fidelity ; truth : trothless is Troth'plight. 3 faithless : troth plight, betrothed ;
affianced. Saint VVithold met the night-mare, Bid her light and her troth plight.
Shakspeare. This, your son in law, Is trothplight to your daughter. Id. Winter's Tale