A Tedious Fool

Another Monday on The Bard and the Bible blog means another insult from Shakespeare.

angelo-and-escalus

This succinct (and useful) insult comes to us by way of Escalus speaking to Pompey in Act Two of Measure for Measure:

You are a tedious fool (Measure for Measure, II.1.113).

Not fancy, we’ll grant you. But to the point.

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About writerhoss

I am a writer from southwestern Ohio, and a frequent speaker at churches, conferences, and retreats. My books include The Bard and the Bible (A Shakespeare Devotional).
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