Saturday, October 10, 2020



William Shakespeare, Coriolanus 2.3.213-216 (text and line numbering as in John Dover Wilson's edition in The New Shakespeare series):
They have chose a consul that will from them take
Their liberties, make them of no more voice
Than dogs that are as often beat for barking
As therefore kept to do so.

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