Romantics / The Princess of Far Away / The Woman of Samaria / Cyrano of Bergerac - Volume I

Romantics The Princess of Far Away The Woman of Samaria Cyrano of Bergerac Volume I This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated e

  • Title: Romantics / The Princess of Far Away / The Woman of Samaria / Cyrano of Bergerac - Volume I
  • Author: Edmond Rostand
  • ISBN: 9781150368950
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1921 edition Excerpt She would have wed him loving poets, who Loves also Franks, and he is both like you This voyage too its part had surely played, This voyage romaThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1921 edition Excerpt She would have wed him loving poets, who Loves also Franks, and he is both like you This voyage too its part had surely played, This voyage romantic, which you, too, have made But he is dying Tis the way of fate, Death comes too soon, and profit comes too late His hand outstretched to touch the goal, he dies And leaves a second man to seize the prize Bertrand Always the mast If, floating from its peak, I saw Death s signal Squarciafico coming closer Child Sir Baby Speak Ho For a dying man this fervor giving When you could plead so blithely for the living bertrand turns and looks at him he shrinks back Bertrand Thou sayest Squarciafico Naught Bertrand seizing him by the throat Wretch Squarciafico freeing himself Ho I admire your plan Of thanking me for good advice, young man Bertrand Ah, I will crush thee SCENE V The Same Melissinde, Sorismonde, Ladies in Waiting, carrying the cope, the diadem and the sceptre of the PRINCESS Melissinde What is this Bertrand to Squarciafico Serpent Hush Squarciafico So be it, serpent One that s ill to crush Bertrand Thy poison bruise my heel A trifling thing Squarciafico Tis in thy heart that I will leave my sting Melissinde advancing, trembling My guest thus menaced by a knavish wight Leave my domain before to morrow s light For if dawn find thee still in Tripoli, Sunrise shall find thee nailed upon a tree Squarciafico Banished This is ruin To Bertrand I give thee thanks Thou It see I ll be avenged As he goes out These ingrate Franks Melissinde Banished To please you I have said that word Bertrand That man had had Melissinde Had angered you, my lord It is enough This instant we

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