| Quote #7
BEROWNE: For when would you, my liege, or you, or you,
Berowne brings home the message of the play: love teaches.
| Quote #8
MOTH: [Aside to COSTARD] They have been at a great feast of languages and stol'n the scraps.
These two humble servants see Holofernes and Nathaniel's linguistic pomp for what it is – intellectual leftovers. Shakespeare often gave lowly characters sharp insight.
| Quote #9
PRINCESS OF FRANCE: Nothing but this! Yes, as much love in rhyme
The Princess doesn't seem to recognize the literary genius in her hands, perhaps because the King has yet to learn the value of editing.