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SC. I.

Dependent Sentences.
Have a care the honey-bag break not. p. 57.
That she should be your wife. p. 62.

ACT V.

Conditional Sentences.

No. 1.

Sc. I.

If I should as lion come in strife
Into this place, 'twere pity of my life. p. 73.

No. 2 d.

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If he that writ it had played Pyramus, and hanged him

self in Thisbe's garter, it would have been a fine
tragedy. p. 76.

No. 3.
So please your grace, the prologue is address'd. p. 69.
The worst are no worse, if imagination amend them.
If we imagine no worse of them than they of themselves,
they may pass for excellent men.

p. 72.
Give me your hands if we be friends. p. 78.

Sc. i.

Second Clause Indicative.
If it would but apprehend some joy,
It comprehends some bringer of that joy. p. 66.

SC, I.

First Clause wanting.
Such a wall as I would have you think. p. 71.
This passion would go near to make a man look sad.

p. 74.
Second Clause wanting.
This man is Pyramus, if you would know. p. 70.

SC. 1.

Condition implied.
With the help of a surgeon he might yet recover.

SC. I.

p. 75. Sc. I.

Dependent Sentences.
That you should think we come not to offend. p. 69.
That you should here repent you. p. 70.
Jove shield thee well for this. p. 72.
I am weary of this moon:
Would he would change. p. 73.

Relative Sentence.

Sc. I.

I wonder if the lion be to speak. p. 71.

Time Sentence.
Wonder on, till truth make all things plain. p. 70.

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WORDSWORTH.

VOL. I.

POEMS REFERRING TO THE PERIOD OF

CHILDHOOD.

Conditional Sentences.

POEM 1.

First Clause wanting.
I could wish my days to be
Bound each to each by natural piety. p. 3.

No. 3.

5.

If you look up you plainly may see.

p. 8.

Second Clause Indicative.

If you should look
There's nothing to see but a cushion of snow.

P. 8.

Second Clause wanting.
Softer than if it were cover'd with silk. p. 8.
(He) growls as if he would fix his claws
Right in the slates. p. 9.

Dependent Sentence.
Heaven grant that he spare but that one upright twig. p.9.

First Clause wanting.
I could have joined the wanton chase. p. 12.

6.

ting.

7.

Second Clause
As if the wind blew many ways,
I heard the sound. p. 13.

Poem

She wept

As if her innocent heart would break.

As if her grief
Could never never have an end. p. 14.

As if the thought would choke
Her very heart, her grief grew strong.
As if she had lost her only friend
She wept, nor would be pacified. p. 15.

9.

IO.

First Clause wanting.
What should it know of death? p. 19.

Had you rather be,
On Kilve's smooth shore ?

At Kilve I'd rather be
Than here at Liswyn farm. P. 23.

No. 1.

My heart
For better lore would seldom yearn,
Could I but teach the hundredth part

Of what from thee I learn. p. 24. 12. If Nature to her tongue could measured numbers bring,

Thus, thought I, to her lamb, that little maid might sing.

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First Clause wanting.

Whither wouldst thou roam?
The dam
Upon the mountain tops no kinder could have been. p. 29.

POEM

Dependent Sentence. 13. Seeing that he should lose the prize. P. 33.

Conditional Sentences.

No. 3.

It was a spot which you may see
If ever you to Langdale go. p. 33.

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Dependent Sentence.
Thou

dost float
In such clear water that thy boat
May rather seem
To brood on air than on an earthly stream. p. 36.

Indefinite Time Sentence.
I thought of times when Pain might be thy guest. P. 36.

Conditional Sentences.

Second Clause wanting.

As if the earth had rolled
With visible motion her diurnal round. p. 40.

15.

First Clause wanting. 16. Who would check the happy feeling

That inspires the linnet's song?
Who would stop the swallow ? &c.
Words which tenderness can speak
Might exalt the loveliest cheek.
I would urge this moral pleading. p. 42.

No. 2 b.

Think how pitiful that stay
Did not virtue give the meanest
Charms superior to decay. p. 43.

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