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Take him up.
Help, three o’th’chiefest soldiers. I’ll be one.
Beat thou the drum that it speak mournfully;
Trail you steel pikes. Though in this city he…
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I’ve recently finally got around to reading a few of what I call the “third tier” dramas of Shakespeare. If Hamlet and Lear and Romeo And Juliet and a few others may be considered “first tier,” and perhaps King Henry V, Julius Caesar, and some others can be held to occupy the “second tier,” then the ones I would list as “third tier” would include: Antony And Cleopatra, Coriolanus, King John, and Cymbeline— all of which I have recently read for this blog. 1,273 more words