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SIL-2004_CT_6_1

From:
Scenes from The Winter's Tale
William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
London: Day and Son, Limited, 1866
Gift of the Misses Hewitt

About the image to the left: Act IV Scene 1

TIME AS CHORUS. Impute it not a crime. To me, or my swift passage, that I slide o'er sixteen years, and leave the growth untried of that wide gap.

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SIL-2004_CT_8_1

From:
Scenes from The Winter's Tale
William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
London: Day and Son, Limited, 1866
Gift of the Misses Hewitt

About the image to the left: Act III Scene II

Caption: Act III Scene II. DECLARATION OF THE ORACLE. Officer. Hermione is chaste Polixenes blameless Camillo a true subject. Leontes a jealous tyrant, his innocent babe truly begotten; and the king shall live without an heir, if that which is lost, be not found.

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