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Classic Horror Plays > Massacre at Paris > Scene VI

Massacre at Paris
By Christopher Marlowe
Published in 1593

Scene VI

      [Enter Mountsorrell and knocks at Serouns doore.]

SEROUNS WIFE
Who is't that knocks there?

      [Within.]

MOUNTSORRELL
Mountsorrett from the Duke of Guise.

SEROUNS WIFE
Husband come down, heer's one would speak with
you from the Duke of Guise.

      [Enter Seroune.]

SEROUNE
To speek with me from such a man as he?

MOUNTSORRELL
I, I, for this Seroune, and thou shalt ha't.

      [Shewing his dagger.]

SEROUNE
O let me pray before I take my death.

MOUNTSORRELL
Despatch then quickly.

SEROUNE
O Christ my Saviour--

MOUNTSORRELL
Christ, villaine?
Why, darst thou presume to call on Christ,
Without the intercession of some Saint?
Sanctus Jacobus hee was my Saint, pray to him.

SEROUNE
O let me pray unto my God.

MOUNTSORRELL
Then take this with you.

      [Stab him (and he falls within and dies).]

      [Exit.]

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