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Dispute not with her,—she is lunatic.
 William ShakespeareRichard III (1597). copy citation

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1597
Language
English
Reference
Richard III, Act I, Scene 3
Note
Written between 1591 and 1592 Dorset line
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Kwize Master While Queen Margaret, widow of Henry VI, says a litany of very violent accusations and insults against him, Richard tries to make her shut up. The Marquis of Dorset then recommends not trying to argue with her, as she has completely lost her mind.
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