The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
This poem was written by English playwright/poet Christopher Marlowe. This work is also known as: "Come Live with Me and Be My Love." This lyric poem purports to be the words of a shepherd speaking to his beloved. Its simple, musical language and fanciful imagery create an idyll of innocent love. The version of the poem that was printed in 1599 in The Passionate Pilgrim contained four stanzas attributed to William Shakespeare; the poem was printed again in 1600, in England’s Helicon, with the six stanzas attributed to Marlowe.
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Call Number: PR1175.C55 1998
Call Number: PR1175 .P6578 1993
o Vol.5, p. 2496-2497
o Vol.4, p. 1672
o Vol.6, p 2946-2948
o Vol.22, p. 143-172
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