The first blog by birds for birds.
That one just beats me. All hollow. Don't keep me in suspense. Give it up! Please!
King Lear says it to Gloucester. Ironically, it IS the son borne out of wedlock that leads to Gloucester's death, so in a very real sense he DOES end up dying for adultery.
Lear went over my head. I was duly impressed with MacBeth as an exposition on treachery and its limits as statecraft. But, Lear was simply a whoosh, a blur, and a missed reference. Jeez, I hope the wren doesn't over hear this conversation. I'm embarassed enough as it is.
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