hmm, insightful. those who hate passion are passionate about hating it, and those who wish to be alone wish others to be alone as well .. . strange how humanity works.
Yes,something akin to "Methinks the lady doth protest too much"... :-)
Hahaha, are you two talking about me?Oh dear...
I think that this quote could be about any one of us, being the dramatis personae that we are! :-)
Hahaha, very true.As Kate says, in Taming of the Shrew:"Am I to dance barefoot at my sister's wedding? Is my fate to lead apes in hell?"[popular superstitions of the time for old maids]hahaha
Yes, that's a great one! My daughter Emilie played Kate in a college production here two years ago. She wasn't completely insulted when her brother and I told her that it was typecasting... :-) I love Kate's last lines in the play: "...And place your hand below your husband's foot: in token of which duty, if he please, my hand is ready: may it do him ease."