Flowers, grass

Titus Andronicus, [4.4.69-72]. Saturninus. “Is warlike Lucius general of the Goths?/ These tidings nip me, and I hang the head/ As flowers with frost or grass beat down with storms./ Ay, now begins our sorrows to approach.”

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

    […] Grass: [hamlet, romeo, antony…]; Tempest, [2.1.55]; The Tempest, [4.1.76-83]; Comedy of Errors, [2.2.198-201]; bladed grass, Midsummer Night’s Dream, [1.1.209-213]; All’s Well That End’s Well, [5.4.1-4]; King Henry the Sixth, Part II, [4.10.36-40]; King Henry the Sixth, Part II, [4.10.1-15]; King Henry the Sixth, Part II, [4.10.1-15]; Henry The Sixth, Part II, [4.2.62-67]; King Richard II, [1.3.280-293]; King Richard II, [3.3.42-50]; King Richard II, [3.3.93-100]; The Rape of Lucrece [393-399]; Love’s Labor’s Lost, [5.2.185-191]; Timon of Athens, [4.3.421-430]; Titus Andronicus, [4.4.69-72]. […]

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