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By William Shakespeare


in most cases set in Milan, this comedy is the tale of 2 newly-arrived Veronese associates, Valentine and Proteus. either vie for the Duke's daughter's hand, with plenty of laughter resulting.

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VALENTINE no longer mine; my gloves are on. pace Why, then, this can be yours, for this can be yet one. VALENTINE Ha! allow me see: ay, provide it me, it’s mine: candy decoration that decks a specific thing divine! Ah, Silvia, Silvia! velocity Madam Silvia! Madam Silvia! VALENTINE How now, sirrah? pace She isn't really inside listening to, sir. VALENTINE Why, sir, who bade you name her? pace Your worship, sir; in any other case I mistook. VALENTINE good, you’ll nonetheless be too ahead. velocity And but i used to be final chidden for being too gradual. VALENTINE visit, sir: inform me, are you aware Madam Silvia? pace She that your worship loves? VALENTINE Why, how be aware of you that i'm in love? pace Marry, through those precise marks: first, you will have discovered, like Sir Proteus, to wreathe your hands, like a malecontent; to savor a love-song, like a robin-redbreast; to stroll by myself, like person who had the pestilence; to sigh, like a school-boy that had misplaced his A B C; to weep, like a tender wench that had buried her grandam; to speedy, like person who takes vitamin; to monitor like person who fears robbing; to talk puling, like a beggar at Hallowmas. You have been wont, if you laughed, to crow like a cock; in the event you walked, to stroll like one of many lions; in case you fasted, it was once almost immediately after dinner; in case you appeared unfortunately, it was once for wish of cash: and now you're metamorphosed with a mistress, that, while i glance on you, i will be able to infrequently imagine you my grasp. VALENTINE Are these kinds of issues perceived in me? pace they're all perceived with no ye. VALENTINE with no me? they can't. velocity with out you? nay, that’s sure, for, with no you have been so basic, none else may: yet you're so with no those follies, that those follies are inside of you and shine via you love the water in an urinal, that now not an eye fixed that sees you yet is a doctor to touch upon your illness. VALENTINE yet inform me, dost thou recognize my woman Silvia? pace She that you simply gaze on in order she sits at supper? VALENTINE Hast thou saw that? even she, I suggest. velocity Why, sir, i do know her no longer. VALENTINE Dost thou comprehend her through my watching on her, and but knowest her no longer? pace Is she no longer hard-favoured, sir? VALENTINE no longer so reasonable, boy, as well-favoured. velocity Sir, i do know that good adequate. VALENTINE What dost thou comprehend? pace That she isn't really so reasonable as, of you, well-favoured. VALENTINE I suggest that her attractiveness is beautiful, yet her favour endless. velocity That’s as the one is painted and the opposite out of all count number. VALENTINE How painted? and the way out of count number? velocity Marry, sir, so painted, to make her reasonable, that no guy counts of her attractiveness. VALENTINE How esteemest thou me? I account of her good looks. pace You by no means observed her considering that she used to be deformed. VALENTINE How lengthy hath she been deformed? velocity Ever because you enjoyed her. VALENTINE i've got enjoyed her ever considering the fact that I observed her; and nonetheless I see her appealing. velocity in case you love her, you can't see her. VALENTINE Why? pace simply because Love is blind. O, that you simply had mine eyes; or your individual eyes had the lighting they have been wont to have if you chid at Sir Proteus for going ungartered!

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