Red and white rose, stalk

Pericles, [4.6.32-41]. Boult. “For flesh and blood, sir, white and red, you shall see a rose; and she were a rose indeed, if she had but –” Lysimachus. “What, prithee?” Boult. “O, sir, I can be modest.” Lysimachus. “That dignifies the renown of a bawd, no less than it gives a good report to a number to be chaste.” Baed. “Here comes that which grows to the stalk; never pluck’d yet, I can assure you.”


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