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Speak. HELENA My lord your son made me to think of this, Else Paris and the medicine and the King Had from the conversation of my thoughts Haply been absent then. 230 COUNTESS But think you, Helen, If you should tender your supposèd aid, He would receive it? He and his physicians Are of a mind: he, that they cannot help him; They, that they cannot help. How shall they credit A poor unlearnèd virgin, when the schools, Embowelled of their doctrine, have left off The danger to itself? HELENA There’s something in’t More than my father’s skill, which was the greatest Of his profession, that his good receipt Shall for my legacy be sanctified 240 By th’ luckiest stars in heaven; and would your honour But give me leave to try success, I’d venture The well-lost life of mine on his grace’s cure By such a day, and hour.
Shakespeare tra filologia vecchia e nuova, Roma 2003; S. DE FILIPPIS, Teatro come sperimentazione, Roma 2003; F. CIARAMAGLIA, Shakespeare e il linguaggio del fumetto, Roma 2003; G. BULLA, Il verso e la tragedia. Forme del linguaggio in «Romeo e Giulietta», Roma 2004. Fortuna di Shakespeare in Italia G. BATTAGLIA, Traduttori ed imitatori dello Shakespeare, Milano 1845; A. GRAF, L’anglomania e l’influsso inglese in Italia nel XVIII secolo, Torino 1911; L. A. NULLI, Shakespeare in Italia, Milano 1918; B.
Per altre indicazioni si rimanda alle bibliografie della storia letteraria di M. PRAZ (vol. I, La letteratura inglese dal Medioevo all’Illuminismo, Firenze, ed. ), alle bibliografie dei “Meridiani” (Mondadori) curati da G. MELCHIORI (il IX volume, 1991, contiene utili aggiornamenti), alle bibliografie della Storia della Civiltà Letteraria Inglese, a cura di P. , Torino 1996, e a quelle della Storia del teatro inglese, a cura di A. LOMBARDO (vol. I, Dal Medioevo al Rinascimento, Roma 2001; vol. II, L’età di Shakespeare, Roma 2001).