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Scene , passages in this Play , which nong the above number of quoIgh they
relate to the same subwithin the description of the or sinister conduct of it , only ,
ace by themselves . Valentine replies to the Duke , w to gain a coy mistress .
Spirits are not firely resched , tare never leads excellencte s , fire determines ditor
, apprehended to fociety , from uch popularity , are very just = fame Scene ; which
judgment ed by innumerable instances of it with in hiftory , both ancies me to ...
SCENE X , Rosalind , speaking of disguising herself in man ' s apparel , gives a
good description of a swaggering bully : Were it not better , Because that I am
more than common tall , That I did fuit me all points like a man ? . A gallant corile
... as having an interest in depreciating an idea of chastity ; but this is owing to
their frailty , not their sex - Vice is neither masculine , nor feminine ; ' tis the
common of two . ACT À c T v . SCENE I . - While MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING .
SCENE I . - While the above - mentioned experiment was depending , and before
the honour of Hero had been cleared , Antonio , her uncle , endeavours to
comfort his brother under this misfortune ; who replies to him in a manner very
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