Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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St. leave and favour] Caldecott: Your kind permission. Two substantives with a
copula being here used for an adjective and substantive ; an adjective sense is
given to a substantive. To show my duty in your coronation, Yet now, I act I, sc.ii-3
Kind Warb. son, — ] son — Rowe. fonne Qq. fonne? Ff. 53. coronation] Staunton :
As an instance of the minute attention with which the finished play was
elaborated from the early sketch, it may be noteworthy that, in Qf, the motive of
less. than. kind. 6$. 65. [Aside] Warb. 65. [Aside] The propriety of this ' aside,'
which was first marked by Warburton, and has been adopted by every
succeeding editor, is denied by Moltke for the following reasons : There is no
other instance in ...
The former paraphrases : In marrying my mother, you have made yourself
something more than my kinsman, and, at the same time, have shown yourself
unworthy of our race, our kind. Coleridge: This playing on words may be
attributed to ...
... left out of the service altogether. In the first and original use of this phrase, then,
it denoted the state of being unmarried; thus Beatrice uses it. It then expanded so
as to include the state of those who were without family connections of my kind ...
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