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Feb 25, 2019

Troilus and Cressida, III, 2

“Stygian” refers to the river Styx from Greek…

Feb 25, 2019

Hamlet, III, 2

A periwig is a fancy wig. So “periwig-pated”…

Feb 25, 2019

Much Ado About Nothing, IV, 2

A coxcomb is the hat worn by a fool (what today we…

Feb 25, 2019

Much Ado About Nothing, IV, 2

The Oxford English Dictionary's definition of…

Feb 24, 2019

Macbeth, I, 2

According to Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles (which…

Feb 24, 2019

King Lear, II, 3

“Tom o' Bedlam” was a term given to madmen. Bedlam…

Feb 23, 2019

King John, V, 3

Goodwin Sands is a shallow portion of the North…

Feb 23, 2019

Henry VI, Pt. 3, II, 1

On the morning of The Battle of Mortimer's Cross,…

Feb 23, 2019

All’s Well That Ends Well, II, 2

Shrove Tuesday, also called Pancake Day, or (in…

Feb 16, 2019

All’s Well That Ends Well, I, 1

Madam and ma'am are the same word.

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