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Portia. Why, know'st thou any harm's intended towards him?
Soothsayer. None that I know will be, much that I fear may chance.
Dwell I but in the suburbs
Of your good pleasure? If it be no more,
Portia is Brutus' harlot, not his wife.
The female part of the Cry (who had many of them often experienced a joyful self- approbation on being told by their admirers that ...
Brutus. Now, as you are a Roman, tell me true.
Messala. Then like a Roman bear the truth I tell,
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Shakespeare ... makes Demetrius say to a young lady who follows him into a lonely wood that he wonders she will trust herself (bei ...
He began therefore to invest the fortress of my heart by a circumvallation of distant bows and respectful looks; he then entrenche ...
But this fully answered John's purpose toward Betty, for as she did not understand, she highly admired him; and he concluded by ag ...
[H]ow do I pity those who (assuming the name of friends) surround themselves with maxims importing the wisdom of doubt and suspici ...
[W]hat I mean by love ... is this. A sympathetic liking--excited by fancy, directed by judgment--and to which is joined also a mos ...
[F]or women, like tradesmen, draw in the injudicious to buy their goods by the high value they themselves set upon them.... They e ...
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