William Shakespeare quote about love from Much Ado About Nothing - Thou and I are too wise to woo peaceably.
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Thou and I are too wise to woo peaceably.
 William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing (1600). copy citation

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Author William Shakespeare
Source Much Ado About Nothing
Topic love romance wooing
Date 1600
Language English
Reference
Note Written between 1598 and 1599
Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2240/pg2240-images.html

Context

“a good epithite, I do suffer loue indeede, for I loue thee against my will, Beat. In spight of your heart I think, alas poore heart, if you spight it for my sake, I will spight it for yours, for I will neuer loue that which my friend hates
Bened. Thou and I are too wise to wooe peaceablie
Bea. It appeares not in this confession, there's not one wise man among twentie that will praise himselfe
Bene. An old, an old instance Beatrice, that liu'd in the time of good neighbours, if a man doe not erect in this age his owne tombe ere he dies, hee shall liue no longer in monuments, then the Bels ring, & the Widdow weepes” source

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