ExtraCredit (dragged) 2 - Man Gardener Man Gardener Queen...

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H a t h n o w h i m s e l f m e t w i t h t h e f a l l o f l e a f . 5 2 The weeds which his broad-spreading leaves did shelter, 53 That seem'd in eating him to hold him up, 54 A r e p l u c k ' d u p r o o t a n d a l l b y B u l l i n g b r o o k , 5 5 I m e a n t h e E a r l o f W i l t s h i r e , B u s h y , G r e e n . 5 6 Man What, are they dead? 57 Gardener They are; and Bullingbrook 58 Hath seiz'd the wasteful king. O, what pity is it 59 T h a t h e h a d n o t s o t r i m m ' d a n d d r e s s ' d h i s l a n d 6 0 As we this garden! We at time of year 61. time of year: i.e. the proper season. D o w o u n d t h e b a r k , t h e s k i n o f o u r f r u i t - t r e e s , 6 2 L e s t , b e i n g o v e r - p r o u d i n s a p a n d blood, 63. over-proud: too luxuriant. W i t h t o o m u c h r i c h e s i t c o n f o u n d i t s e l f ; 6 4 Had he done so to great and growing men, 65 T h e y m i g h t h a v e l i v e d t o b e a r a n d h e t o t a s t e 6 6 T h e i r f r u i t s o f
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course HIST 302 taught by Professor Jensic during the Summer '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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