Thirsis, to thee I mean that Name to show


Amintor being ask'd by Thirsis who is the Object of his Love Speaks as follows:

Primary Text:

MS Folger, 61-2.

Secondary Eds:

1713 Misc, 189-92; rpt of 1713: 1903 Reynolds, 113- 5.


Tu sçauras aujourd'huy la source de mes maux", Tasso, Aminta, 1681 de Torches, 32-6; I, ii, 381-441.


Again, intensely passionate, childhood pastoral; falls off towards end.
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