“Every woman has a right to be beautiful,” Arden proclaimed.
The notes and general introduction are taken from the esteemed Arden Shakespeare edition of the plays and poems.
The forests of Arden on which he based his forest comedies were just round the corner.
In whispers, the doctor made to Miss Arden a most satisfactory report.
It is certain that Shakespeare had many cousins on the Arden side.
Orlando being driven from home by his elder brother, also went to the forest of Arden, and was taken under the duke's protection.
Perhaps on his coming to Longcroft he found the old Arden arms there.
Arden was speaking, as the three chums sauntered toward their classes in Bordmust Hall.
Hampton in Arden was not altogether his own, but his son Robert purchased it for 500 marks.
But the chief was kindly sympathetic and soon had drawn from Arden all the story.