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... being fond of study and retirement , delegates his power in a great measure to
his younger brother , Antonio , who confederates with Alonso , King of Naples , in
order to deprive his elder brother of his dukedom , and to obtain it absolutely for ...
After having for some time , punished his brother Antonio , and his confederate
the King of Naples , together with their followers , who , being terrified by demons
, become distracted , his generous nature inclines him to pardon them all ; which
The Duke of Milan having been a principal agent in assisting the younger brother
of Ferdinandus , the grandfather of Alphonsus , to deprive Ferdinandus of his life ,
to banish Carinus and himself , the rightful heirs of Arragon , and to transmit ...
In Greene's play , the Duke of Milan , instead of being the principal personage ,
being a subordinate coadjutor with the younger brother of Ferdinandus , in
depriving his elder brother of a crown ; in Shakspeare's comedy , the King of
... and her father and brother are afterwards shipwrecked in their return to Naples
. There is , it must be acknowledged , nothing uncommon between the two stories
, except a passage by sea for the purpose of marriage at Tunis , and a disaster ...
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