Winter’s Song: Love’s Labour’s Lost


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One of two songs from Love’s Labour’s Lost, this short poem with its evocation of a harsh winter in early modern England is illustrated on each page with strong woodcut-like black and white pictures.

When icicles hang by the wall,

And Dicke the sheepheard blowes his naile;

And Tom bears logges into the hall,

And Milke comes frozen home in paile:

When blood is nipt, and wayes be fowle

Then nightly sings the staring Owle

Tu-whit to-who.

William Shakespeare and illustrated by Peter Hay and Pip Hall. Paperback, 125 x 180 mm, 16 pages, January 2006.


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