The Arden Shakespeare Book Of Quotations On Nature
Cengage Learning EMEA, 2001 M09 13 - 48 páginas
If you love the natural world and the poetry it has inspired If you are looking for the right thing to write to a special person If you are looking for that perfect phrase that expresses your thoughts better than you can Then The Arden Shakespeare Book of Quotations on Nature is for you. Gathered here are selections, full of his acute observation and sense of beauty, from Shakespeare's finest poetry on the natural world - the seasons, day and night, gardens, flowers and plants.
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arise beauty birds do sing blow boughs breath clouds cock cold comes crow crown Cuckoo daisies dark ding a ding doth dreadful drowned earth eyes fair fairy fear fell flowers foul gardeners give gold gone green grows Hamlet hang hath heaven heigh-ho Henry herbs hey ding hey nonino hill hither holly increase King Lear lark leaves lies light live look love the spring Love's Labour's Lost Macbeth married merry note Midsummer Night's Dream moon morning Nature nature's night nightingale nipping pale plants pretty ring-time purple remember Romeo and Juliet rose season seen shake shepherds shows sleeps sometime Sonnet Sonnet 97 spirit spring-time streaks summer Sweet lovers love swift Tempest There's thing thou tops tree true unto Venus and Adonis violets wander wasted weather weeds Whilst wide wild winds winter Winter's Tale youth