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Kunama 1959


Shakespeare in School

(From MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM)


Teacher to Mr. Laughlin:
Full of vexation come I, with complaint.

Boy on detention to prefect:
In that same place that thou hast appointed me,
Tomorrow will I truly meet with thee.

Boy entering room 6 (or 14):
. . . . . herein mean I to enrich my pain.

Teacher to 3A:
The wildest hath not such a heart as you.

Mr. Hunt, before Inter. to another teacher:
I believe we must leave the killing out,
When all is done.

Homework defaulter to teacher:
What, will you tear,
Impatient answers from my gentle tongue.

Halfway through cross-country:
I can no further crawl and no further go;
My legs can keep no pace my desires.

School Choir:
I have never heard
So musical a discord, such sweet thunders.

3A History or English period:
How shall we beguile
The lazy time, if not with some delight.

3A French:
This is the silliest stuff that I ever heard.
or
I understand not what you mean by this.

OWEN RYE, 3A


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