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Sheridan's Comedies: The Rivals and The School for Scandal
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Полный просмотр - 1884
Acres acted affection appear Bath believe better Beverley brother called character Charles Chas comedy coming Crab dear distresses don't doubt Egad Enter Exit eyes faith father Faulk Faulkland fellow French give hand happy hear heard heart honour hope House Jack Joseph Julia kind Lady Sneer Lady Teaz laugh least leave live look Lucy Lydia ma'am madam Malaprop Maria married matter mean mind Miss Moses never Odds once perhaps play pray Rivals SCENE School for Scandal seems seen SERVANT Sheridan Sir Anth Sir Anthony Sir Benj Sir Luc Sir Lucius Sir Oliv Sir Peter Snake speak speech stage suppose sure Surf Surface Teazle tell theatre there's thing thought true wife wish young
Стр. 46 - Nay, but, Jack, such eyes! such eyes! so innocently wild! so bashfully irresolute ! not a glance but speaks and kindles some thought of love! Then, Jack, her cheeks! her cheeks, Jack! so deeply blushing at the insinuations of her tell-tale eyes!
Стр. 214 - tis not to be credited! There may be a man capable of such baseness, to be sure; but, for my part, till you can give me positive proofs, I cannot but doubt it. However, if it should be proved on him, he is no longer a brother of mine — I disclaim kindred with him: for the man who can break the laws of hospitality, and tempt the wife of his friend, deserves to be branded as the pest of society.
Стр. 69 - Ay, i' the name of mischief, let him be the messenger. For my part, I wouldn't lend a hand to it for the best horse in your stable. By the mass ! it don't look like another letter ! It is, as I may say, a designing and malicious-looking letter ; and I warrant smells of gunpowder like a soldier's pouch ! Oons ! I wouldn't swear it mayn't go off ! Acres. Out, you poltroon ! you han't the valour of a grasshopper. Dav. Well, I say no more — 'twill be sad news, to be sure, at Clod Hall ! but I ha
Стр. 101 - Why, you may think there's no being shot at without a little risk, and if an unlucky bullet should carry a quietus with it— I say it will be no time then to be bothering you about family matters.
Стр. 155 - ... seen a bush or a grass-plot out of Grosvenor Square ! I am sneered at by all my acquaintance, and paragraphed in the newspapers. She dissipates my fortune, and contradicts all my humours ; yet the worst of it is, I doubt I love her, or I should never bear all this. However, I'll never be weak enough to own it.
Стр. 142 - T is very true. She generally designs well, has a free tongue and a bold invention ; but her colouring is too dark, and her outlines often extravagant. She wants that delicacy of tint, and mellowness of sneer, which distinguish your ladyship's scandal. Lady Sneer.
Стр. 251 - I told our bard; he smiled, and said 'twas clear, I ought to play deep tragedy next year. Meanwhile he drew wise morals from his play, And in these solemn periods...
Стр. 190 - Then he'll have the worst of it. What! you wouldn't train a horse for the course by keeping him from corn? For my part, egad, I am never so successful as when I am a little merry: let me throw on a bottle of champagne, and I never lose.
Стр. 159 - I'll not bear it! LADY TEAZLE. Sir Peter, Sir Peter, you may bear it or not, as you please; but I ought to have my own way in everything, and what's more, I will too. What though I was educated in the country, I know very well that women of fashion in London are accountable to nobody after they are married.
Стр. 207 - I am surprised she has not sent, if she is prevented from coming. Sir Peter certainly does not suspect me. Yet I wish I may not lose the heiress, through the scrape I have drawn myself into with the wife; however, Charles's imprudence and bad character are great points in my favour.