“Dark Lady of the Sonnets” is a play by George Bernard Shaw, an Irish playwright who became the leading dramatist of his generation, and in 1925 was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
“Dark Lady of the Sonnets” is a short play by George Bernard Shaw.
“THE BEEFEATER: Stand. Who goes there? Give the word.
THE MAN: Marry! I cannot. I have clean forgotten it.
THE BEEFEATER: Then cannot you pass here. What is your business? Who are you? Are you a true man?
THE MAN: Far from it, Master Warder. I am not the same man two days together: sommetimes Adam, sometimes Benvolio, and anon the Ghost.
THE BEEFEATER: (recoiling) A ghost! Angels and ministers of grace defend us!”