Overthrow of the Roman monarchy The newly sworn revolutionary committee paraded the bloody corpse to the Roman Forum and arriving there heard grievances against the Tarquins and began to enlist an army. Brutus "urged them to act as men and Romans and take up arms against their insolent foes.
Now, madam, since by favour of your love Our hidden smoke is turn'd to open flame, And that with looks and words we feed our thought Two chief contents, where more cannot be had: Thus, in the midst of love's fair blandishments, Why show you sign of inward langnishments?
My heart, sweet friend, is like a ship at sea: She wisheth port, where, riding all at ease, She may repair what stormy times have worn, And leaning on the shore, may sing with joy, That pleasure follows pain, and bliss annoy.
Possession of thy love is th' only port, Wherein my heart, with fears and hopes long toss'd, Each hour doth wish and long to make resort, There to repair the joys that it hath lost, And, sitting safe, to sing in Cupid's quire That sweetest bliss is crown of love's desire. O sleep, mine eyes, see not my love profan'd; Be deaf, my ears, bear not my discontent; Die, heart: Watch still, mine eyes, to see this love disjoin'd; Hear still, mine ears, to hear them both lament; Live, heart, to joy at fond Horatio's fall.
Why stands Horatio speechless all this while? The less I speak, the more I meditate. But whereon dost thou chiefly meditate? On dangers past, and pleasures to ensue. On pleasures past, and dangers to ensue.
What dangers and what pleasures dost thou mean? Dangers of war, and pleasures of our love. Dangers of death, but pleasures none at all. Let dangers go, thy war shall be with me: But such a war, as breaks no bond of peace. Speak thou fair words, I'll cross them with fair words; Send thou sweet looks, I'll meet them with sweet looks; Write loving lines, I'llll answer loving lines; Give me a kiss, I'll countercheck thy kiss: Be this our warring peace, or peaceful war.
But, gracious madam, then appoint the field, Where trial of this war shall first be made. Ambitious villain, how his boldness grows! Then be thy father's pleasant bow'r the field, Where first we vow'd a mutual amity; The court were dangerous, that place is safe.
Our hour shall be, when Vesper 'gins to rise, That summons home distressful travellers: There none shall hear us but the harmless birds: Haply the gentle nightingale Shall carol us asleep, ere we be ware, And, singing with the prickle at her breast, Tell our delight and mirthful dalliance: Till then each hour will seem a year and more.
But, honey sweet and honourable love, Return we now into your father's sight: Dang'rous suspicion waits on our delight.Margaret HOWARD.
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John Webster's play The Duchess of Malfi gives us a glimpse into the politics of seventeenth century English marriage, social mobility, and the law. Additionally, we can use reactions to Webster's work as a means of judging the attitudes of seventeenth century English society; Webster's play paints a vivid portrait of Jacobean society's relationship with women, and outlines the norms.
Riprendiamo l’attività di fine estate ritornando al rifugio dedicato al poeta chiavennasco che tanto amò queste montagne. La camminata non presenta eccessiva difficoltà (solo un primo tratto è in salita abbastanza marcata che però si sviluppa su strada “bianca”.