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Love's Labour's Lost

William Shakespeare

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Act II, Scene i

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Act II, Scene i

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Act II, Scene i

Act II, Scene i

Act II, Scene i


                

LONGAVILLE: I beseech you, a word: what is she in the white?

BOYET: A woman sometimes, an' you saw her in the light.

LONGAVILLE: Perchance light in the light. I desire her name.

BOYET: She hath but one for herself; to desire that were a shame.

LONGAVILLE: Pray you, sir, whose daughter?

BOYET: Her mother's, I have heard.

LONGAVILLE: God's blessing on your beard!

(II.i.197-203)

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