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Excerpt from The Distrest Mother: A Tragedy
Ores. O, Pylades! What's life Without a friend! At sight of thee my gloomy soul cheers up, My hopes revive, and gladness dawns within me. After an absence of six tedious moons, How could I hope -to find my'pylades, My joy, my comfort on this fatal shore? Even in the court of Pyrrhus? In these realms, These hated realms, so cross to all my wishes? O, my brave friend! May no blind stroke of fate Divide us more, and tear me from myself.
Pyl. O, prince O, my Orestes! O my friend - m Thus let me speak the welcome of my heart.
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bound: 80 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 20, 2017)
isbn: 025977717X, 978-0259777175,
weight: 4.3 ounces (