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Descripción Independently Published, United States, 2020. Paperback. Condición: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. SCENE I.-The Upper Chamber in Holyrood.The four MARIES.MARY BEATON (sings): - 1. Le navire Est a l'eau; Entends rire Ce gros flot Que fait luire Et bruire Le vieux sire Aquilo. 2. Dans l'espace Du grand air Le vent passe Comme un fer; Siffle et sonne, Tombe et tonne, Prend et donne A la mer. 3. Vois, la brise Tourne au nord, Et la bise Souffle et mord Sur ta pure Chevelure Qui murmure Et se tord.MARY HAMILTON. You never sing now but it makes you sad; Why do you sing?MARY BEATON. I hardly know well why; It makes me sad to sing, and very sad To hold my peace.MARY CARMICHAEL. I know what saddens you.MARY BEATON. Prithee, what? what?MARY CARMICHAEL. Why, since we came from France, You have no lover to make stuff for songs.MARY BEATON. You are wise; for there my pain begins indeed, Because I have no lovers out of France.MARY SEYTON. I mind me of one Olivier de Pesme, (You knew him, sweet, ) a pale man with short hair, Wore tied at sleeve the Beaton color.MARY CARMICHAEL. Blue- I know, blue scarfs. I never liked that knight.MARY HAMILTON. Me? I know him? I hardly knew his name. Black, was his hair? no, brown.MARY SEYTON. Light pleases you: I have seen the time brown served you well enough.MARY CARMICHAEL. Lord Darnley's is a mere maid's yellow.MARY HAMILTON. No, A man's, good color.MARY SEYTON. Ah, does that burn your blood? Why, what a bitter color is this read That fills your face! if you be not in love, I am no maiden. Nº de ref. del artículo: APC9798617624344