Playing your Part

Final

Lyric

Title

Playing your Part

Final

Lyric

Subject

Avant-garde (Aesthetics)

Literature, Experimental

Description

Handwritten page from the

RRVIRWD Manuscript

that includes the original creator's revision marks.

Creator

Raven Quill

Source

M8.7

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 (Renaissance to Victorianism): 1400-1901

Text

Play your Part

-Refrain

 [Every man mst play a part

  and mine is a sad one

Prince

If all the year were playing

Hamlet

for they are actions that a 

man might play

Prince

To sport

Hamlet

the trappings

-Refrain

Prince

Tedious

as to work

Hamlet

Suits of woe

Prince

By so much shall I falsify

men's hopes

Hamlet

But I have that within 

that passeth

(Final) -Refrain

Original Format

Paper contained in a Moleskin softcover notebook.

Files

Collection

Citation

Raven Quill, “Playing your Part
Final
Lyric,” Raven Quill Collection, accessed December 14, 2017, http://ravenquill.omeka.net/items/show/8.

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