October 31, 2006


trifles. ‘Trivial excuses (by which Lorenzo keeps him from the King)’ (McIlwraith, fn l.4, p.192); ‘trivial business’ (Mulryne, fn l.4, p. 81) or ‘vain trifling. Hieronimo’s pleading is drowned out by maliciously intended court drivel.’ (Bevington, fn l.4, p. 90)

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