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Moulton, Richard Green, 1849-1924
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It seems the marriage with his brother's wife Has crept too near his conscience. Suffolk. No, his conscience Has crept too near another lady. * The churchman and cardinal is using the beauty of a young girl to turn the King's thoughts from an elderly wife, and dispose him to a second marriage ; Wolsey will have the chance of negotiating with some great power for a royal alliance, and will know how to snatch his own advantage out of diplomatic bargaining. "* But the engineer 1 IV. Ii, from 127. ...« II. Ii. 17.
2 IV. Ii. 69. 4 III. Ii. 85-90, 94-104.
lOO THE MORAL SYSTEM OF SHAKESPEARE is hoist with his own petard : Henry is not only smitten with Anne's beauty, but will marry herself and no one else. Wolsey has just realised, in profound meditation, how his scheme has recoiled upon himself; lost in thought he stands some time before he is aware of the King's presence ; he plunges into apologies, but, with the famous frown, the King thrusts papers into his hand.^ Read o'er this ; And after, this : and then to breakfast with What appetite you have.


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