“At Christmas I no more desire a rose,
Than wish a snow in May’s new fangled mirth,
But like of each thing as in season grows.”
(Love’s Labours Lost, act 1, sc. 1)
Comments. Today’s comment is made up of wishes to the thousands of visitors to this Shakespearean site. Along with a short video “son-et-lumiere” on Oregon, home of this site and of its webrunner.
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Tips for Use. An example to show that there is a time and season for all things.
In the play. Prompted to give a reason for his disapproval of the king’s proposal of prolonged study and enforced abstinence, Biron suggests that learning, in the circumstances of the play, is out of place and season.