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"All Fools" is an early Jacobean era stage play, a comedy by George Chapman that was first published in 1605. The play has often been considered Chapman's highest achievement in comedy: "not only Chapman's most flawless, perfectly balanced play," but "also his most human and large-minded." "Chapman certainly wrote no comedy in which an ingenious and well-managed plot combined so harmoniously with personages so distinctly conceived and so cleverly and divertingly executed.
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Over 20,000 Adages from More Than 120 Languages, Nationalities and Ethnic Groups by Harold V. Cordry
All fools are slaves. Latin 6555. Almost all men are fools. Latin 6556. An ill weed ...
A Comprehensive Library of Human Belief and Practice in the Mysteries of Life by Cora Linn Morrison Daniels, Charles McClellan Stevens
ALL FOOLS' DAY — (April 1st.) — In the Tyrol, a bundle of straw is buried on the first of April, to insure good crops the coming season. For a Persian not to extinguish the domestic fire on April 1st, and rekindle it from the temple fire, was to court ...
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Wise Men Were All Fools
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All Fools' Day Meaning
Video shows what All Fools' Day means. April 1, a day when practical jokes are traditionally played. All Fools' Day synonyms: April Fools' Day. All Fools' Day ...
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All men are fools, but all fools are not men.
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