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Full many a glorious morning have I seen.

      — Sonnet XXXIII

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KEYWORD: virgin

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Pericles
[II, 5]

Simonides

1021

'Faith, by no means; she has so strictly tied
Her to her chamber, that 'tis impossible.
One twelve moons more she'll wear Diana's livery;
This by the eye of Cynthia hath she vow'd
And on her virgin honour will not break it.

2

Pericles
[IV, 2]

Boult

1706

[To MARINA] Come your ways. My masters, you say
she's a virgin?

3

Pericles
[IV, 2]

Marina

1809

If fires be hot, knives sharp, or waters deep,
Untied I still my virgin knot will keep.
Diana, aid my purpose!

4

Pericles
[IV, 6]

Lysimachus

2061

Avaunt, thou damned door-keeper!
Your house, but for this virgin that doth prop it,
Would sink and overwhelm you. Away!

5

Pericles
[V, 1]

Pericles

2336

Tell thy story;
If thine consider'd prove the thousandth part
Of my endurance, thou art a man, and I
Have suffer'd like a girl: yet thou dost look
Like Patience gazing on kings' graves, and smiling
Extremity out of act. What were thy friends?
How lost thou them? Thy name, my most kind virgin?
Recount, I do beseech thee: come, sit by me.

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