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The Two Gentlemen of Verona

The Two Gentlemen of Verona Translation Act 5, Scene 1

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Enter EGLAMOUR

EGLAMOUR

The sun begins to gild the western sky; And now it is about the very hour That Silvia, at Friar Patrick's cell, should meet me. She will not fail, for lovers break not hours, Unless it be to come before their time; So much they spur their expedition. See where she comes.

EGLAMOUR

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Enter SILVIA

EGLAMOUR

Lady, a happy evening!

EGLAMOUR

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SILVIA

Amen, amen! Go on, good Eglamour,Out at the postern by the abbey-wall:I fear I am attended by some spies.

SILVIA

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EGLAMOUR

Fear not: the forest is not three leagues off;If we recover that, we are sure enough.

EGLAMOUR

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About the Translator: Nina Romancikova

Nina Romancikova is from Slovakia but her love of literature and theater has brought her to the UK and she has been living and studying there for the past six years. She graduated with a degree in English Literature and Language at University of Glasgow in 2016. Nina is now finishing her Masters in Shakespeare Studies at King's College London and is currently working as a Research Intern at Shakespeare's Globe.