William Shakespeare quote about men from Henry IV, Part 1 - Homo is a common name to all men.
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Homo is a common name to all men.
 William Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part 1 (1597). copy citation

Author William Shakespeare
Source Henry IV, Part 1
Topic men
Date 1597
Language English
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“Gad. Giue me thy hand.
Thou shalt haue a share in our purpose, As I am a true man Cham. Nay, rather let mee haue it, as you are a false
Theefe Gad. Goe too: Homo is a common name to all men. Bid the Ostler bring the Gelding out of the stable. Farewell, ye muddy Knaue.
Exeunt. Scaena Secunda. Enter Prince, Poynes, and Peto. Poines. Come shelter, shelter, I haue remoued Falstafs
Horse, and he frets like a gum'd Veluet” source

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