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Cressida. Boldness comes to me now, and brings me heart:— Prince Troilus, I have lov'd you night and day For many weary months. Troilus. Why was my Cressid then so hard to win? Cressida. Hard to seem won; but I was won, my lord, With the first glance that ever—Pardon me;— If I confess much, you will play the tyrant. I love you now; but not, till now, so much But I might master it:—in faith, I lie; My thoughts were like unbridled children, grown Too headstrong for their mother: See, we fools! Why have I blabb'd ?
We turn not back the silks upon the merchant, When we have soil'd them; nor the remainder viands We do not throw in unrespective sieve, Because we now are full. It was thought meet, Paris should do some vengeance on the Greeks: Your breath with fall consent bellied his sails; The seas and winds (old wranglers) took a truce, And did him service: he touch'd the ports desir'd; And, for an old aunt,4 whom the Greeks held captive, He brought a Grecian queen, whose youth and freshness Wrinkles Apollo's, and makes pale the morning, 2 4 Caution.
Thersites. But yet you look not well upon him: for whosoever you take him to be, he is Ajax. Achilles. I know that, fool. Thersites. Ay, but that fool knows not himself. Ajax. Therefore I beat thee. Thersites. Lo, lo, lo, lo, what modicums of wit he 7 Pound. 8 Ass, a cant term for a foolish fellow. 28 TEOILUS A1STD CRESSIDA. utters! Ms evasions have ears thus long. I have bobbed his brain, more than he has beat my bones: This lord, Achilles, Ajax,—who wears his wit in his belly, instead of his head,—I'll tell you what I say of him.