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"My boy Thomas, give him a dirty look and he'll gouge your eyes out. Trip him, and he'll cut off your leg. But if you don't cut across him, he's a very gentleman. And he'll stand anybody a drink."
-Part One, I, p. 7

"Where will you strike next, Cromwell? You are going to pull all England down."
-Part One, 2. p. 42

"Go knows our hearts, madam. There is no need for an idle formula, or for an intermediary." No need for language either, he thinks: God is beyond translation.
-Part 1, 2, p. 91

"Those who are made can be unmade."
-Part One, 3, p. 111


What is the nature of the border between truth and lies? It is permeable and blurred because it is planted thick with rumor, confabulation, misunderstandings, and twisted tales. Truth can break the gates down, truth can howl in the street; unless truth is pleasing, personable and easy to...

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