|English 366B, Section S02: Shakespeare's Histories and Tragedies > King Lear: Quarto and Folio (4)|
Duke. What trumpets that? Enter Steward.|
That she would soone be here, is your Lady come?
Lear. This is a slaue, whose easie borrowed pride
Dwels in the fickle grace of her a followes,
Out varlet, from my sight.
Duke. What meanes your Grace? Enter Gon..
Gon. Who struck my seruant, Regan I haue good hope
Thou didst not know ant.
Lear. Who comes here ? O heauens!
Obedience, if your selues are old, make it your cause,
Send downe and take my part,
Art not asham'd to looke vpon this beard?
That she would soone be heere. Is your Lady come?
Lear. This is a Slaue, whose easie borrowed pride
Dwels in the sickly grace of her he followes.
Out Varlet, from my sight.
Corn. What meanes your Grace?
Thou did'st not know on't.
Who comes here? O Heauens!
Allow Obedience; if you your selues are old,
Make it your cause: Send downe, and take my part.
Art not asham'd to looke vpon this Beard?