William Shakespeare about evil (“Henry VI, Part 1”, 1623) - But you, that are polluted with your lusts, stain'd with the guiltless blood of innocents, corrupt and tainted with a thousand vices, because you want the grace that others have, you judge it straight a thing impossible to compass wonders but by help of devils.
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But you, that are polluted with your lusts, stain'd with the guiltless blood of innocents, corrupt and tainted with a thousand vices, because you want the grace that others have, you judge it straight a thing impossible to compass wonders but by help of devils.
 William ShakespeareHenry VI, Part 1 (1623). copy citation

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Written around 1591
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