Root, vines

Timon of Athens, [4.3.188-199]. Timon. “Ensnear thy fertile and conceptious womb,/ Let it no more bring out ingrateful man!/ Go great with tigers, dragons, wolves, and bears;/ Teem with new monsters, whom thy upward face/ Hath to the marbled mansion all above/ Never presented!” [finds a root.] “O, a root! Dear thanks!–/ Dry up thy marrows, vines, and plough-torn leas,/ Whereof ingrateful man, with liquorish draughts/ And morsels unctuous, greases his pure mind,/ That from it all consideration slips –” [enter Apemantus.] ” More man? Plague, plague!”


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  1. Shakespeare’s Plants (alphabetical) « PLANTS Says:

    […] Vine: […] Antony and Cleopatra [2.7.19-144]; King Richard III, [5.2.7-16]; Henry the Sixth, part 1, [2.5.8-12]; King Henry VIII, [5.5.26-36]; King Henry VIII, [5.5.48-56]; The Rape of Lucrece [213-215]; Timon of Athens, [4.3.188-199]. […]

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