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In amongst his general thrasonical ranting and ravings concerning his own merits, Skogan had promised the company that tomorrow the world would know how good his verses were – when he read aloud at the court gate some poem which he had written in honour of the birthday of Thomas, Duke of Clarence. — Robert Nye, Falstaff
by theBlighter April 01, 2007
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