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Since every one hath , every one , one shade , And you , but one , can every shadow lend , These shadows or shapes , attending on the object of the poet's worship , are surely identical with the “ several strange shapes ” which wait ...
A few words , in conclusion , upon the subject of Shadows , or , as these insubstantial forms are often called , strange shapes . ” The stage direction in III , i , of The Tempest is “ Enter several strange shapes .
We find Shakespeare writing : I can add colours to the chameleon , Change shapes with Proteus for advantages ; and Middleton proudly boasts : will play the changeling , I'll change myself into a thousand shapes To court our brave ...
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