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...daws, and starlings that flock together. Look, what 's that follows me?
MALATESTI. Nothing, my lord.
MALATESTI. 'Tis your shadow.
FERDINAND. Stay it; let it not haunt me.
MALATESTI. Impossible, if you move, and the sun shine.
FERDINAND. I will throttle it. [Throws himself down on his shadow.]
MALATESTI. O, my lord, you are angry with nothing.
FERDINAND. You are a fool: how is 't possible I should catch my shadow, unless I fall upon 't?When I go to hell, I mean to carry a bribe: for look you, good gifts evermore make way for the worst persons.
PESCARA. Rise, good my lord.
FERDINAND. I am studying the art of patience.
PESCARA. 'Tis a noble virtue.
FERDINAND. To drive six snails before me from this town to Moscow; neither use goad nor whip to them, but let them take their own time; --the patient'st man i' th' world match me for an experiment:-- an I 'll crawl after like a sheep-biter.<125>
CARDINAL. Force him up. [They raise him.]
FERDINAND. Use me well, you were best. What I have done, I have done: ... Webster, John
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