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Ephesus (Turkey) (search for this): act 2, scene 5
comasium appears as her twin-sister, who is supposed to have come the day before from Athens to Ephesus, and gives directions about returning thanks for having landed in safety. As the circumstance ovant SERVANT. Put fire on the altar, that in my joy I may return praises and thanks to Diana of Ephesus, and that I may send up for her a grateful smoke with odours of Arabia: she who has preserved mOCOMASIUM I? SCELEDRUS Yes, you. PHILOCOMASIUM I, who arrived from Athens yesterday evening at Ephesus, with my lover, a young man of Athens? SCELEDRUS Tell me, what business have you here in EphesuEphesus? PHILOCOMASIUM I had heard that my own twin-sister is here in Ephesus; I came here to look for her. SCELEDRUS You're a good-for-nothing woman. PHILOCOMASIUM Yes, i' faith, I am a very foolish one tEphesus; I came here to look for her. SCELEDRUS You're a good-for-nothing woman. PHILOCOMASIUM Yes, i' faith, I am a very foolish one to be parleying with you fellows. I am going. SCELEDRUS I won't let you go. Catches hold of her. PHILOCOMASIUM Let me go. SCELEDRUS You are discovered in the fact. I won't let you go. PHILOCOMASIUM B
Athens (Greece) (search for this): act 2, scene 5
rus having been duly prepared, Philocomasium appears as her twin-sister, who is supposed to have come the day before from Athens to Ephesus, and gives directions about returning thanks for having landed in safety. As the circumstance of the communica most notably are you doing a wrong to my master. PHILOCOMASIUM I? SCELEDRUS Yes, you. PHILOCOMASIUM I, who arrived from Athens yesterday evening at Ephesus, with my lover, a young man of Athens? SCELEDRUS Tell me, what business have you here in EphAthens? SCELEDRUS Tell me, what business have you here in Ephesus? PHILOCOMASIUM I had heard that my own twin-sister is here in Ephesus; I came here to look for her. SCELEDRUS You're a good-for-nothing woman. PHILOCOMASIUM Yes, i' faith, I am a very foolish one to be parleying with you fellows. I am going. SCElodging when abroad." "Hostis" originally meant merely "a foreigner;" whereas its later signification was "an enemy.", at Athens is my home. SCELEDRUS But your master lives here pointing to the CAPTAIN'S house. PHILOCOMASIUM I have nothing to do wit
tions about returning thanks for having landed in safety. As the circumstance of the communication between the houses is known to the Audience, and is not suspected by Sceledrus, his embarrassment is highly diverting, and very cleverly depicted., dressed in another habit, from the house of PERIPLECOMENUS. PHILOCOMASIUM to a servant SERVANT. Put fire on the altar, that in my joy I may return praises and thanks to Diana of Ephesus, and that I may send up for her a grateful smoke with odours of Arabia: she who has preserved me in the realms of Neptune and amid the boisterous templesBoisterous temples: In the language of the Poets, Neptune and the inferior Sea Divinities are supposed to have their temples and abodes in the sea and rivers., where with raging billows I have been so recently dismayed. SCELEDRUS discovering her. Palaestrio! O Palaestrio! PALAESTRIO Sceledrus! O Sceledrus! What is it you want? SCELEDRUS This lady that has come out of that house just now--is she Philocomasium,