Then, Arden, perish thou by that decree;. For Greene doth Who when they shall see me sit in Arden’s seat, The text of ‘Arden of Faversham’ can be read at. Arden of Feversham. edited by Ronald Bayne. contrib. by Thomas Kyd · Project Gutenberg Release # Select author names above for additional. Title. Arden of Feversham; Arden of Feversham / Anonymous; The tragedy of Master Arden of Feversham; The lamentable and true tragedy of Master Arden of .

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It also includes the best and clearest discussion of the rhetorical tropes and figures of which I am aware…. Ay, now I see, and too soon find it true, Which often hath been told me by my friends, That Mosbie loves me not but for my wealth.

Arden of Feversham

The picture of Arden, as a man fascinated and bewitched by his wife and by his fate, might match that of Mosbie and Alice if the artist had not blurred his conception by the introduction of the jarring motives of avarice and sacrilege.

Ina new computer analysis of the play and comparison with the Shakespeare corpus by Arthur Kinneyof the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the United Statesand Hugh Craigdirector of the Centre for Linguistic Stylistics at the University of Newcastle in Australiafavershzm that word frequency and other vocabulary choices were consistent with the middle portion of the play scenes 4—9 having been written by Shakespeare.


Ay, here it is ; the very touch is death Alice. With falchion arfen, and bent it at my breast, Crying aloud, ‘ Thou art the game we seek! Macmillan,pp. Arden of Feversham Michael Why, so I do ; but wherefore urge you that? Here ‘s to pay for a fire and good cheer: But, should I brag what booties I have took, I think the overplus that ‘s more than thine Would mount to a greater sum of money Then either thou or all thy kin are worth.

Vull dismal outcry calls me from my rest? Here enters Michael at 07ie door. God, I beseech thee, show some miracle 30 On thee or thine, in plaguing thee ardden this. Were he as mad as raving Hercules, I ’11 see him, I ; and were thy house of force, These hands of mine should race it to the ground, Unless that thou wouldst bring me to my love.

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But Mosbie, I ’11 have no such picture, I. I ’11 see he shall not live above fext week. Do lead thee with a wicked fraudful smile, As unsuspected, to the slaughter-house.

Well, I ’11 discharge my pistol at the sky, For by this bullet Arden might not die.

Come, let us in to shun suspicion. Then stay with me in. Arden of Feversham So, while you stand striving on these terms of manhood, Arden escapes us, and deceives us all. Sweet love, thou knowest that we two. Not hanged, God save your honour ; I am your bedesman, bound to aarden for you.

PVi7l Shakebag, did not I tell thee as much. See where he comes to further my intent! Zounds, I hate them as I fjll a toad That carry a muscado in their tongue, 20 And scarce a hurting weapon in their hand. Because I think you love your mistress better. Nay, an you be offended, I ’11 be gone. My fingers itches to be at the peasant. The painter lays his colours to the life, His pencil draws no shadows in his love. O, how she ’11 chafe when she hears of this! Thus hoping you will let my passions penetrate, or rather impetrate mercy of your meek hands, I end.


But needs must on, although to danger’s gate. Stay, Adam, stay ; thou wert wont to be my friend.

Come, Master Mosbie, will you sit with us? And, Michael, you shall bear no news of this tide.

Will you come to-morrow and dine with me, And bring your honest friend along with you. Come, Michael, are our horses ready? Your trick of poisoned pictures we dislike; Some other poison would do better far.

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I pray thee, go. Ay ; but, Michael, see you keep your oath, And be as secret as you are resolute. Master Mosbie, ask him the question yourself. Soon, when my husband is returning back.