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The Winter's Tale

William Shakespeare

  Act 5 Scene 1

page Act 5 Scene 1 Page 12

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But your petition
Is yet unanswer’d. I will to your father:
Your honour not o’erthrown by your desires,
280I am friend to them and you: upon which errand
I now go toward him; therefore follow me
And mark what way I make: come, good my lord.
But I haven’t answered your request. I will tell your father that you haven’t let your desire to marry this girl overwhelm your honor. I support both you and your wish. I’ll go to him now on this errand. Follow me, and watch where I go. Come, my lord.
They exit.