Monthly Archives: October 2023

The Tempest, act 1, sc. 1 – Results of Language Learning

                                                       Actual Quote:  “You taught me language and my profit on it Is, I know how to curse.” In Current Language: The quote is clear without a translation. Still, Read More

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Merchant of Venice, on Pretension of Goodness, Act 2, sc.2

Actual Quote:     “There is no vice so simple but assumes Some mark of virtue on his outward parts” In Current Language: Almost every vice may be made to present an outward appearance of goodness. Suggestions For Use: When your political adversary tries to cover up or apply a good spin to something particularly bad. Read More

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Changes to the YourDailyShakespeare website

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As The King of France says in “All’s Well that ends well” “… on our quick’st decrees The inaudible and noiseless foot of Time Steals ere we can effect them” That is, “… despite our determinations, The silent and stealthy foot of time Intervenes before we can put our decrees into action.” Since its inception, Read More

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