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THE SHAKESPEAREAN PROBLEM

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That air of pathetic dignity had merely been a bit of acting, but the acting had been so good that it had distracted the attention from the words. Otherwise members must have found in Sir Charles's remarks the wellworn tag that ` All the world's a stage.' It scored two for Sir Charles, thus putting him on the -way to a win, at any rate.
A few minutes later another well-known quotation very nearly came through unscathed. Somebody, speaking of Leonard, had said, ` Leonard, or Lord Herngill, whichever he prefers to be called.'
Leonard smilingly said that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. He admitted afterwards that he had not had the slightest intention of quoting Shakespeare. He had merely uttered a platitude because it happened to be apt, though as soon as he said it he recognised his own quotation. Unfortunately for him, the Rev. Septimus Cunliffe had also recognised it, and by challenging

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