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奥瑟罗-3(2)

2006-07-28 20:51

  DUKE OF VENICE

  I think this tale would win my daughter too.Good Brabantio,Take up this mangledmatter at the best:Men do their broken weapons rather use.Than their bare hands.

  BRABANTIO

  I pray you,hear her speak:If she confessthat she was half the wooer,Destruction on my head,if my bad blame Light on the man!Come hither,gentle mistress:Do you perceivein all this noble company Where most you owe obedience?

  DESDEMONA

  My noble father,I do perceive here a divided duty:To you I am bound for life and education;My life and education both do learn me How to respect you;you are the lord of duty;I am hithertoyour daughter:but here's my husband,And so much duty as my mother show'd To you,preferring you before her father,So much I challenge that I may profess Due to the Moor my lord.

  BRABANTIO

  God be wi'you!I have done.Please it your grace,on to the state-affairs:I had rather to adopta child than get it.Come hither,Moor:I here do give thee that with all my heart Which,but thou hast already,with all my heart I would keep from thee.For your sake,jewel,I am glad at soul I have no other child:For thy escape would teach me tyranny,To hang clogson them.I have done,my lord.

  DUKE OF VENICE

  Let me speak like yourself,and lay a sentence,Which,as a grise or step,may help there lovers Into your favour.When remediesare past,the griefsare ended By seeing the worst,which late on hopes depended.To mourna mischiefthat is past and gone Is the next way to draw new mischief on.What cannot be preservedwhen fortune takesPatience her injury a mockerymakes.The robb'd that smiles steals something from the thief;He robs himself that spends a bootlessgrief.

  BRABANTIO

  So let the Turk of Cyprus us beguile;We lose it not,so long as we can smile.He bears the sentence well that nothing bears But the free comfort which from thence he hears,But he bears both the sentence and the sorrow That,to pay grief,must of poor patience borrow.These sentences,to sugar,or to gall,Being strong on both sides,are equivocal:But words are words;I never yet did hear That the bruisedheart was piercedthrough the ear.I humbly beseech you,proceed to the affairs of state.

  DUKE OF VENICE

  The Turk with a most mighty preparation makes for Cyprus.Othello,the fortitudeof the place is best known to you;and though we have there a subtitute of most allowed sufficiency,yet opinion,a sovereignmistress of effects,throws a more safer voice on you:you must therefor be content to-slubberthe glossof your new fortunes with this more stubbornand boisterousexpedition.

  OTHELLO

  The tyrantcustom,most grave senators,Hath made the flinty and steel couchof war My thrice-driven bed of down:I do agnise A natural and promptalacrity I find in hardness,and do undertake These present wars against the Ottomites.Most humbly therefore bending to your state,I cravefit dispositionfor my wife.Due reference of place and exhibition,With such accommodationand besort As levels with her breeding.

  DUKE OF VENICE

  If you please ,Be't at her father's.

  BRABANTIO

  I'll not have it so.

  OTHELLO

  Nor I.

  DESDEMONA

  Nor I;I would not there reside,

  To put my father in impatient thoughts

  By being in his eye.Most gracious duke,

  To my unfoldinglend your prosperousear;

  And let me find a charterin your voice,

  To assist my simpleness.

  DUKE OF VENICE

  What would You,Desdemona?

  DESDEMONA

  That I did love the Moor to live with him,

  My downrightviolence and storm of fortunes

  May trumpetto the world:my heart's subdued

  Even to the very quality of my lord:

  I saw Othello's visagein his mind,

  And to his honour and his valiant parts

  Did I my soul and fortunes consecrate.

  So that,dear lords,if I be left behind,

  A mothof peace,and he go to the war,

  The ritesfor which I love him are bereftme,

  And I a heavy interimshall support

  By his dear absence.Let me go with him.

  OTHELLO

  Let her have your voices.

  Vouch with me,heaven,I therefore beg it not,

  To please the palateof my appetite,

  Nor to complywith heat——the young affects

  In me defunct ——and proper satisfaction.

  But to be free and bounteousto her mind:

  And heaven defend your good souls,that you think

  I will your serious and great business scant

  For she is with me:no,when light-wing'd toys

  Of feather'd Cupid seal with wanton dullness

  My speculative and officed instruments,

  That my disportscorrupt and taintmy business,

  Let housewives make a skilletof my helm,

  And all indignand base adversities

  Make head against my estimation!

  DUKE OF VENICE

  Be it as you shall privatelydetermine,

  Either for her stay or going:the affair cries haste,

  And speed must answer it .

  First Senator

  You must away to-night.

  OTHELLO

  With all my heart.

  DUKE OF VENICE

  At nine i'the morning here we'll meet again.

  Othello,leave some officer behind,

  And he shall our commissionbring to you;

  With such things else of quality and respect

  As doth import you.

  OTHELLO

  So please your grace,my ancient;A man he is of honest and trust:To his conveyance I assign my wife,With what else needful your good grace shall think To be sent after me.

  DUKE OF VENICE

  Let it be so.Good night to every one.

  [To BRABANTIO]

  And,noble signior,If virtue no delighted beauty lack,Your son-in-law is far more fair than black.

  First Senator

  Adieu,brave Moor,use Desdemona well.

  BRABANTIO

  Look to her,Moor,if thou hast eyes to see:

  She has deceived her father,and may thee.

  [Exeunt DUKE OF VENICE,Senators,Officers,&c]

  OTHELLO

  My life upon her faith!Honest Iago,My Desdemona must I leave to thee:I prithee,let thy wife attendon her:And bring them after in the best advantage.Come,Desdemona:I have but an hour Of love,of worldly mattersand direction,To spend with thee:we must obey the time.

  [Exeunt OTHELLO and DESDEMONA]

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