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Aboan Ambrose Philips Andr Andromache arms Arvida Astyanax Biron Blan Blandford bless bless'd blood brave Capt Captain captive Carlos Ceph charms child Christ christian Christiern Christina Cleo Cleone COVENT GARDEN cruel Dalecarlia danger dear death Enter Epirus Ereunt Erit ev'ry Ev’n eyes faith fate father fear fortune give Greece Greeks grief Gust Gustavus hand happy hast hate hear heart Heav'n Hector Hermione honour hope Imoinda Isabella king Laer liberty live look lord lov'd lov’d Lusignan madam Nerestan never Nurse Oras ORASMIN Orestes ORoonoko Osman passion Phoenix pity pow'r pray prince Pylades Pyrrhus rage royal Samp SCENE Slav slave soul speak Stan sword tears tell thee thou art thought tremble Troy Twas tyrant unhappy vengeance Villeroy virtue wish wond’rous wretched wrongs Zara
20 페이지 - What prospect of success from an apostate? On whom I cannot look without disdain ; And who will read her shame upon my brow. The hardest trial of a generous mind Is to court favours from a hand it scorns. Cha. Think it is Lusignan we seek to serve.
27 페이지 - What mean'st thou ? They were infant slaves together ; Friends should part kind, who are to meet no more. When Zara asks, I will refuse her nothing : Restraint was never made for those we love. Down with those rigours of the proud seraglio ; I hate its laws — where blind austerity Sinks virtue to necessity. — My blood Disclaims your Asian jealousy ; — I hold The fierce, free plainness of my Scythian ancestors, Their open confidence, their honest hate, Their love unfearing, and their anger bold.
19 페이지 - I'll go, and in the anguish of my heart Weep o'er my child If he must die, my life Is wrapt in his, I shall not long survive. 'Tis for his sake that I have suffer'd life, Groan'd in captivity, and outlived Hector.
36 페이지 - Bir. Live ever in these arms. Isa. But pardon me, Excuse the wild disorder of my soul ; The joy, the strange surprising joy of seeing you, Of seeing you again, distracted me Bir.
19 페이지 - A temple sav'd us, till the slaughter ceas'd ; Then were we sent to this ill-fated city, Here, in the palace of our former kings, To learn, from Saracens, their hated faith. And be completely wretched. Zara, too, Shar'd this captivity; we both grew up So near each other, that a tender friendship Endear'd her to my wishes : My fond heart...
44 페이지 - To give me any comfort, if she could : Lost to herself — as quickly I shall be To all the world — Horrors come fast around me ; My mind is overcast — the gath'ring clouds Darken the prospect— I approach the brink, And soon must leap the precipice ! Oh ! Heav'n ! [Kneels. While yet my senses are my own, thus kneeling...
30 페이지 - O, this separation Has made you dearer, if it can be so, Than you were ever to me. You appear Like a kind star to my benighted steps, To guide me on my way to happiness : I cannot miss it now.
14 페이지 - The frailer flesh, and bow my body down : But there's another, nobler part of me, Out of your reach, which you can never tame.
36 페이지 - I was preserved but to be made a slave : I often writ to my hard father, but never had An answer ; I writ to thee too Isa.
36 페이지 - I'm thy debtor my deliverer ! Laer. No, valiant prince, you over-rate my service : There is a worthier object of your gratitude Whom yet you know not — Oh, I have to tell — But then, to gain your credit, must unfold, What haply should be secret Be it so ; Yon are all honour.