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The Temple Beau

By Fielding, Henry

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Book Id: WPLBN0000628682
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: The Temple Beau  
Author: Fielding, Henry
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Publisher: Blackmask Online

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Excerpt: Will?s has resign?d its old Pretence to Wit, And Beaux appear, where Criticks us?d to sit. Button himself, provok?d at Wit?s Decline, Now Lets his House, and swears he'll Burn his Sign. Ah! shou?d all others that on Wit depend, Like him, Provok?d; like him, their Dealings end; Our Theatres might take th? Example too, And Players starve themselves as Authors do. But, if the gay, the courtly World disdain To hear the Muses and their Sons complain; Each injur?d Bard shall to this Refuge fly, And find that Comfort, which the Great deny: Shall frequently employ this Infant Stage, And boldly aim to wake a dreaming Age. The Comick Muse, in Smiles severely gay, Shall scoff at Vice, and laugh its Crimes away. The Voice of Sorrow pine in Tragick Lays, And claim your Tears, as the sincerest Praise. Merit, like Indian Gems, is rarely found; Obscure, ?tis sullied with the common Ground: But when it blazes in the World?s broad Eye, All own the Charms, they pass?d unheeded by. Be you the first t'explore the latent Prize, And raise its Value, as its Beauties rise. Convince that Town, which boasts its better Breeding, That Riches are not all that you exceed in. Merit, where?ever found, is still the same, And this our Stage may be the Road to Fame.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: The Temple Beau, 1 -- Henry Fielding, 1 -- Act I, 4 -- Scene I, 4 -- Scene II, 6 -- Scene III, 7 -- Scene IV, 9 -- Scene V, 11 -- Scene VI, 12 -- Act II, 16 -- Scene I, 16 -- Scene II, 17 -- Scene III, 18 -- Scene IV, 19 -- Scene V, 19 -- Scene VI, 20 -- Scene VII, 20 -- Scene VIII, 22 -- Scene IX, 22 -- Scene X, 24 -- Scene XI, 24 -- Scene XII, 26 -- Scene XIII, 28 -- Scene XIV, 29 -- Act III, 32 -- Scene I, 32 -- Scene II, 35 -- Scene III, 35 -- Scene IV, 38 -- Scene V, 39 -- Scene VI, 40 -- Scene VII, 41 -- Scene VIII, 41 -- Scene IX, 42 -- Scene X, 43 -- Scene XI, 44 -- Scene XII, 44 -- Act IV, 47 -- Scene I, 47 -- Scene II, 48 -- Scene III, 50 -- Scene IV, 51 -- Scene V, 53 -- Scene VI, 54 -- Scene VII, 55 -- Scene VIII, 57 -- Scene IX, 58 -- The Temple Beau -- i

 

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