Tag Archives: Menenius Agrippa

Between a What and a What?

Feel like a little insult? Not for you, but for someone else, of course. And today’s offering, from a master of the art, William Shakespeare, is from Coriolanus, Act 2, Scene 1, It’s another gem from Menenius Agrippa (that’s him … Continue reading

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In Your Face

There’s an art to the insult. And William Shakespeare was a master of the art. That is why, every Monday, we here at The Bard and the Bible Blog present a Shakespearean insult for your information, enjoyment, and even–if you’re … Continue reading

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It’s another Monday–time for another Monday insult from Shakespeare. This week’s insult is spoken by the loquacious Menenius Agrippa (that’s him facing the women, above) to the Roman tribunes Junius Brutus and Sicinius Velutus (that’s them in the background, above) … Continue reading

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