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Such service, Durward says, "would be a blot on my father's scutcheon for ever" (48).
Nor would Falstaff's escapist quip, "Honour is a mere scutcheon," hit the Golden Age mark, despite frustrated (English) theatre critics' eternal return to the prototype of Sir John whenever confronted by Spanish honor.
Stanza 25, as Marjorie Levinson notes, places Madeline at the center of the "nested" frames described by stanza 24: the casement and the scutcheon.
Cleopatra temporarily adopts Roman language when she falsely assures Caesar that "all the world, "tis yours, and we, / Your scutcheons and signs of conquest, shall / Hang in what place you please" (5.
Tis yours, and we, / Your scutcheons and your signs of conquest, shall / Hang in what place you please" (5.