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Zobeide

Joseph Cradock

Zobeide

a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.

by Joseph Cradock

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Published by printed for T. Cadell in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ByJ. Cradock.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13731551M

Judge what was my surprise when I awoke, to see standing by me a black woman of lively and agreeable features, who held in her hand two bitches of the same colour, fastened together. The two wrapped the dead man up in cloth and pretended he was a child with smallpox so everyone would leave them alone. Avoid drinking alcohol. Additional photography by Michelle Kim and Susan Lee.

But after some months were past, they returned again, and begged my pardon a thousand times for not following my advice. While setting my parents up for their visit to Florence, I bumped into the same "P" above a parking garage on their block. The second of a planned trilogy. I set down my torch upon the ground, and looking through a window, found it to be an oratory. Some time after, my two sisters, on presence that they would not be chargeable to me, told me they intended to marry again.

New men arrived from other lands, having had a dream like theirs, and in the city of Zobeide, they recognized something from the streets of the dream, and they changed the positions of arcades and stairways to resemble more closely the path of the pursued woman and so, at the spot where she had vanished, there would remain no avenue of escape. I then sought another shady spot for repose, and fell asleep. I sat up, and asked her who she was? None of them, asleep or awake, ever saw the woman again.


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This was the city of Zobeide, where they settled, waiting for that scene to be repeated one night. This perilous situation of the first serpent excited my pity, and instead of retreating I assumed courage to take up a stone that lay near me, and to throw it with all my strength at the other, which I hit upon the head and killed.

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Before she left me, she delivered to me the two bitches, and said, "If you would not be changed into a similar form, I command you, in the name of him that governs the sea, to give each of your sisters every night one hundred lashes with a rod, as the punishment of the crime they have committed against yourself, and the young prince, whom they have drowned.

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At this sight I was transported with admiration. In a rage, the man killed his wife. I laid myself down upon a couch, not without some dread to be alone in a desolate place; and this fear hindered my sleep. All IP addresses in Germany are blocked. Many a story hits a nerve. I had not patience to wait till my sisters were dressed to go along with me, but went ashore alone in the boat.

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The treachery of your sisters was well known to me, and to avenge your wrongs, as soon as I was liberated by your generous assistance, I called together several of my companions, fairies like myself, conveyed into your storehouses at Bagdad all the lading of your vessel, and afterwards sunk it.

I am persuaded, dear lady, that he has sent you hither for my comfort, for which I render him infinite thanks; for I must own that this solitary life is extremely irksome.

Or do we mistakenly believe that we cannot step into the same dream twice. I perceived immediately that they put this question on purpose to discover my inclinations; therefore, resolving to put it off with a jest, I answered, "I will take him for my husband;" and upon that, turning myself to the prince, said, "Sir, I humbly beg of you to give your consent, for as soon as we come to Bagdad I desire to offer you my person to be your slave, to do you all the service that is in my power, and to resign myself wholly to your commands.Erte Museum.

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