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" Dorastus, desirous to see if nature had adorned her mind with any inward qualities, as she had decked her body with outward shape, began to question with her whose daughter she was, of what age, and how she had been trained up? "
The poetical Decameron, or, Ten conversations on English poets and poetry ... - Page 190
by John Payne Collier - 1820
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The Winter's Tale: Shakespeare

William Shakespeare - 1898 - 432 pages
...beauty was so much talked of in the Court. Dorastus desirous to see if nature had adorned her minde with any inward qualities, as she had decked her body...with her whose daughter she was, of what age and how she had bin trained up, who answered him with such modest reverence and sharpnesse of witte, that Dorastus...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The winter's tale. 1898

William Shakespeare - 1898
...of his Pages told him, that the maide with the garland on her heade was Fawnia, the faire shepheard, whose beauty was so much talked of in the Court. Dorastus desirous to see if nature had adorned her minde with any inward qualities, as she had decked her body with outward shape, began to question with...
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The Winter's Tale: Shakespeare

William Shakespeare - 1898 - 432 pages
...of bis Pages told him, that the maide with the garland on her heade was Fawnia, the faire shepheard, whose beauty was so much talked of in the Court. Dorastus desirous to see if nature had adorned her minde with any inward qualities, as she had decked her body with outward shape, began to question with...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The winter's tale. 1898

William Shakespeare - 1898
...of his Pages told him, that the maide with the garland on her heade was Fawnia, the faire shepheard, whose beauty was so much talked of in the Court. Dorastus desirous to see if nature had adorned her mincle with any inward qualities, as she had decked her body with outward shape, began to question...
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Pandosto: Or, The Historie of Dorastus and Fawnia

Robert Greene - 1588 - 55 pages
...of his Pages told him, that the maide with the garland on her heade was Fawnia, the faire shepheard, whose beauty was so much talked of in the Court. Dorastus desirous to see if nature had adorned her minde with any inward qualities, as she had decked her body with outward shape, began to question with...
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The Winter's Tale

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1998 - 295 pages
...one of his pages told him that the maid with the garland on her head was Fawnia, the fair shepherd, whose beauty was so much talked of in the court. Dorastus,...with her whose daughter she was, of what age, and how she had been trained up; who answered him with such modest reverence and sharpness of wit that Dorastus...
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An Anthology of Elizabethan Prose Fiction

Paul Salzman - Fiction - 1998 - 417 pages
...one of his pages told him that the maid with the garland on her head was Fawnia, the fair shepherd, whose beauty was so much talked of in the court. Dorastus,...with her whose daughter she was, of what age, and how she had been trained up, who answered him with such modest reverence and sharpness of wit that Dorastus...
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The Winter's Tale

William Shakespeare - 2001 - 500 pages
...of his Pages told him, that the maide with the garland on her heade was Fawnia, the faire shepheard, whose beauty was so much talked of in the Court. Dorastus desirous to see if nature had adorned her minde with any inward qualities, as she had decked her body with outward shape, began to question with...
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The Pictorial edition of the works of Shakspere, ed. by C. Knight. [8 vols ...

William Shakespeare - 1838
...one of his rages told him that the maid with the garland on her head was Fawnia, the fair shepherd whose beauty was so much talked of in the court. Dorastus,...see if nature had adorned her mind with any inward (jollities, as she had decked her body with outward shape, began to question with her whose daughter...
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The Descent of Euphues: Three Elizabethan Romance Stories: Euphues, Pandosto ...

James Winny - English fiction - 1957 - 179 pages
...of his Pages told him, that the maid with the garland on her head, was Fawnia the faire shepheard, whose beauty was so much talked of in the Court. Dorastus, desirous to see if nature had adorned her minde with any inward qualities, as she had decked her bodie with outward shape, began to question...
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