10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRESSID»
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The Complete Concordance to Shakspere: Being a Verbal Index ...
I I cannot come to Cressid — i- 1 what Cressid is, what Pandnr, and what — i. 1
good-morrow, cousin Cressid: what do — i. 2 and fly with me to Cressid! — Hi. 2
TYoilus shall lie such to Cressid — HI. 2 why was my Cressid then so hard — HI. t
The plays and poems of William Shakspeare
Hector's a gallant man. Alex. As may be in the world, lady. Pan. What's that ?
what's that ? Cres. Good morrow, uncle Pandarus. Pan. Good morrow, cousin
Cressid : What do you talk of? — Good morrow, Alexander. — How do you,
cousin 8 ?
William Shakespeare, James Boswell, Edmond Malone, 1821
The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare: Being a Verbal Index ...
3 (7R ESClVE-yet crescive in his fuculty..l~lcnryl'. i. l (Ilil'lfiSl'lTS—OI' burning
crcsscts . . . . lHenrg/H'. ill. 1 CR ESSlD-Crcssid lay that night.M¢.-r. of Venice. v.
I I am Cressid's uncle. that dare leave. . AU': Well. ii. 1 lazar kite oi' Cressid's kind.
Shakespeare's Metrical Art
George T. Wright. *The three half-lines that end in line 35 and those that end in
line 48 may be heard as squinting lines. 45 A A Cressid. Diomed. Cressid.
Ulysses. Troilus. Ulysses. Troilus. J34 Shakespeare's Metrical Art. □ Diomed.
Will you ...
The complete works of William Shakespeare: The text ...
An esperance so obstinately strong, That doth invert the attest of eyes and ears,
As if those organs had deceptions functions, Created only to calumniate. Was
Cressid here? Ulyss. I cannot conjure, Trojan. Tro. She was not, sure. Ulyss.
William Shakespeare, Nikolaus Delius, Charles Symmons, 1854
The dramatic works of William Shakespeare
And esperance $ so ubbtinately strong, That doth invert the attest  of eyes and
ears ; As if those organs had deceptious functions, Created only to calumniate.
Was Cressid heref Ulyss. I cannot conjure, Trojan, Tro. She was not sure. Ulyss.
William Shakespeare, 1834
The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare: With Glossarial ...
Created only to calumniate. Was Cressid here f L'igss. 1 cannot conjure, Trojan.
TVs. She was not sure. Vtgss. Most sure she was. Tro. Why, my negation */ bath
no taste of madness. Vljss. Nor mine, my lord : Cressid waa here but now. Tro.
William Shakespeare, Charles Henry Wheeler, 1832
Macbeth. Troilus and Cressida. Timon of Athens. Hamlet. ...
As if those organs had deceptious functions, Created only to calumniate. Was
Cressid here'! Ulya. I cannot conjure, Trojan. Tro. She was not, sure. Ulys. Most
sure she was. Tro. Why, my negation hath no taste of madHESS. Ulys. Nor mine,
William Shakespeare, Barry Cornwall, John Ogden, 1843
The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare; with Glossorial ...
Sith + yet there is a credence; in tny heart, And esperance§ so obstinater strong,
That doth invert the attest I] of eyes and ears; As if those organs had deceptious
functions, Created only to calumniate. Was Cressid here i Uiyss. I cannot conjure
William Shakespeare, 1829
Dramatic Works: From the Text of the Corrected Copies of ...
Created only to calumniate- Was Cressid here 7 Ulyss- I cannot conjure, Trojan.
TVo. She was not, sure. Ulyss. Most sure she was. Tro. Why, my negation hath no
taste of mad oess. Ulyss. Nor mine, my lord : Cressid was here but now. TVo.
William Shakespeare, 1832
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Our swearing is so limited compared with the Bard's
“Pish for thee, Iceland dog” is crisp, “lazar kite of Cressid's kind” withering. Next time I see some ghastly child dropping litter I must remember to ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Aug 11»
to be or not to be: Maximilian Schell as Hamlet
... there is no way for a translator to get it right: Much of the language of “Troilus and Cressid” circles around the word “true”, in both meanings. «Flick Filosopher, Aug 08»