March 10, 2008

A Cool Shakespearean Line

Why hasn't this shown up in politics?

" . . . a wolvish-ravening lamb . . . " Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, Scene 2

Used to describe Romeo when Juliet is briefly angry at him for [spoiler deleted], and is listing the ways he looked good on the outside but was bad on the inside. Basically, we're talking about a fluffy lamb who eats like a wolf. My froshies had great fun with the idea of a cute lamb preying on another adorable critter. This counts as my yarn/knitting post of the day.

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