SI Vault
Edited by Robert W. Creamer
March 28, 1977
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March 28, 1977


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"Changed to a worser shape thou canst not be." Henry VI, Part One.

"I am the fellow with the great belly...." Henry IV, Part Two.

" not bid me remember mine end." Henry IV, Part Two.

"You ruinous butt...." Troilus and Cressida.

"Hark, how hard he fetches breath." Henry IV, Part One.

"Lay aside life-harming heaviness." Richard II.

"The pound of flesh which I dearly bought." The Merchant of Venice.

"So long as nature will bear up this exercise, so long I daily vow to use it." The Winter's Tale.

"I will gain nothing." Hamlet.

" 'Twill do me good to walk." Othello.

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