On Idleness and Grief 

Final

 Lyric

 

Title

On Idleness and Grief 

Final

 Lyric

 

Subject

Avant-garde (Aesthetics)

 

Literature, Expiremental

Description

Handwritten page from the

RRVIRWD Manuscript

 that includes the original creator's revision marks.

Creator

Raven Quill

Source

M2.2

Publisher

Raven Quill

Date

Circa 2012

Contributor

Raven Quill

Rights

Restricted License. No part may be used for commercial gains.

Relation

Manuscript type

Format

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Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

Time period (Renaissnace to Victorianism): 1400-1901

Text

Idleness and Grief

Prince

I know you all, and will awhile uphold

(Hamlet 

Seems, madam, Nay)

Prince

The unyoked humor of your idleness

Hamlet

It is I know not seems

whisper

(Prince

Idleness)

Hamlet

Nor customary suits of solemn black

Nor the dejected behavior of the visage

(Prince- the unyoked humor)

Together

(Prince- heirin will I)

with all forms, moods, shapes

Prince

Your idleness

Hamlet

grief

Original Format

Paper contained in a Moleskin softcover notebook.

Files

Collection

Citation

Raven Quill, “On Idleness and Grief 
Final
 Lyric
 ,” Raven Quill Collection, accessed June 26, 2017, http://ravenquill.omeka.net/items/show/2.

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