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Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

“Few words” - again, an ironic thing for the wordy…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

“A wise man speaks little” - an ironic thing for…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

“Twice sod” means a food that has been boiled…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

An interjection of agreement meaning “By…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

Holofernes accurately describes the pia mater, a…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

By Shakespeare's time it was already understood…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

One definition of “claw” was to flatter someone.…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

“Talent” was a variant of “talon”, which is a…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

In this context, “sorel” (also spelled “sorrel”)…

Feb 27, 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost, IV, 2

In this context, a sore (sometimes spelled…

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