5 edition of Amphitryon: or, The two sosias. found in the catalog.
Amphitryon: or, The two sosias.
1777 by Printed for T. Lowndes, T. Caslon, C. Corbett, and S. Bladon. in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Two sosias.|
|Statement||A comedy, altered from Dryden, by Mr. Woodward. Marked with the variations of the manager"s book, at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden..|
|Contributions||Woodward, Henry, 1714-1777., Lowndes, Thomas, 1719-1784, bookseller., Caslon, Thomas, d. 1783, bookseller., Corbet, Charles, Sir, 1734-1808, bookseller., Bladon, Samuel, d. 1799, bookseller., Edwards, ill., Goldar, John, 1729-1795, engraver.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||76|
In all appearance it was he; but how got be thither? Do thou command them then. The door is peremptory, that it will not be opened without keys; and my brother on the inside is in possession, and will not part with them. Once more, be gone; I'm odious to myself, For having loved thee once. Fair Iris and her swain Were in a shady bower; Where Thyrsis long in vain Had sought the shepherd's hour: At length his hand advancing upon her snowy breast; He said, O kiss me longer, And longer yet, and longer, If you will make me blest Iris. A Court in Germany ordered that access to certain items in the Project Gutenberg collection are blocked from Germany.
Then you can see my backside too; there's a bargain for you. Just now; not a minute before he brought you hither. Here's a weighty argument of love for you. In his view, study of the masterpieces of 17th-century theatre is meaningless unless influenced by practical experience of the plays in rehearsal and performance.
He has been very faithful to his commission. To prove that love, then say, that you forgive me; For there remains but this alternative,— Resolve to pardon, or to punish me. Only the husband is at fault, And he should be the culprit, in your view. Nay, he has told us some passages, as he came along, that seem to surpass the power of nature. In such a trice too!
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Most illustrious sir, my ticket is my hunger: Show the full bowels of your compassion to the empty bowels of my famine. An easy yielding maid, By trusting, is undone; Our sex is oft betray'd, By granting love too soon. Pastor Crews sees these compromises as signs of a gathering storm that will soon test the spiritual foundation of everyone.
I have other questions or need to report an error Please email the diagnostic information above to help pglaf. Which you purloined last night from Bromia. But try again, And if, once more, you can but say,—I hate you, My sword shall do you justice.
His Jupiter attracted audiences and Alcmenas for more than twenty years.
Whither now, ye kitchen-scum? In thy right pocket:—let me see; three love letters from judge Gripus, written to the bottom, on three sides; full of fustian passion, and hearty nonsense: as also, in the same pocket, a letter of thine intended to him, consisting of nine lines and a half, scrawled and false spelled, to show thou art a woman; and full of fraudulence, and equivocations, and shoeing-horns of love to him; to promise much, and mean nothing; to show, over and above, that thou art a mere woman.
Nor can you hate your lover, though you would: Your tears, that fall so gently, are but grief: There may be anger; but there must be love.
He that best might,—yourself: By the same token, you bid old Bromia provide an' 'twere for a god, and I put in for a brace, or a leash;—no, now I think on't, it was for ten couple of gods, to make sure of plenty. They only seem to hate, and seem to love; But interest is the point on which they move.
Yes, as sure as you would cheat me of my maidenhead: I am yet but just even with you, for the last trick you played me. Then 'tis manifest that I am affronted.
Think what thou art, and that unswears it all. Amphitryon Amphitryon By Heinrich von Kleist Whilst Amphitryon, the general of the Thebans, is away fighting her wars, Jupiter, the mighty Thunderer, to whom high Olympus without love is but a desert, descends and visits Alcumene having assumed the form of Amphitryon for the purpose.
I should know that voice by a secret instinct; 'tis a tongue of my family, and belongs to my brother Sosia: it must be so; for it carries a cudgelling kind of sound in it. Occasionally, the website mis-applies a block from a previous visitor.
Alkmene is pained at these suspicions. And will you make yourself a younger man, and be handsome too, and rich?
He has already made me Admit that he is Sosia by brute force; Now reason, too, seems likely to persuade me. Written almost three decades ago, Reaping the Whirlwind speaks with compelling eloquence to the compromising trends in today's church.
One way, I spread my infamy abroad; And t'other, hide a burning coal within, That preys upon my vitals: I can fix On nothing, but on vengeance. You will admit that I must be something.
I need features now, to think of him. I have so many suits of persons by me, I can shift them when I will. If thou hast any business here, dispatch it quickly; I have no leisure to throw away upon such prattling companions.
Nay, he has told us some passages, as he came along, that seem to surpass the power of nature. In his view, study of the masterpieces of 17th-century theatre is meaningless unless influenced by practical experience of the plays in rehearsal and performance. This power of yours makes me suspect you for little better than a god; but if you are one, for more certainty, tell me what I am just now thinking.A beautiful woman, Alcmena, is the object of the God Jupiter’s desire.
To seduce her, he assumes the body of her husband Amphitryon, before his return from battle. As comic and perturbing confusions ensue, the mortals are forced to face the terrifying prospect that Start Date: Jun 15, John Dryden: Amphitryon; Or, The Two Sosias The Restoration playwright Dryden reinvents this oft-recounted classical myth with brilliant comic invention and a moving sense of human lives turned awry by forces they cannot resist.
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Ana Historic by Daphne Marlatt. Anabasis by Xenophon. And No Man’s Wit by Dame Rose Macaulay. And Yet They Paused by Georgia Douglas Johnson. Andromache by Euripides. Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt. Angels and Insects by A.S. Byatt. Animal Farm by George Orwell. Anna Karenina by Count Lev. Kleist's dramatic take on Hercules' step-father, Amphitryon, and an interesting take on the way that Zeus made his way into Alcmene's bedsheets by taking the form of Amphitryon himself, a doppelganger story before Dostoyevsky's The Double and RL Stevenson's Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde/5.
Alkmene (), op. 36, is an opera in three acts, with music and libretto by Giselher sylvaindez.com based the libretto on Amphitryon by Heinrich von Kleist, which in turn was based on Molière's play of the same sylvaindez.com composer dedicated the work to his mother, the violinist Gertrud Klebe.
The opera was commissioned for the opening of the current building of the Deutsche Oper Berlin where it Based on: Amphitryon, by Heinrich von Kleist.