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This castle hath a pleasant seat; the air
Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself
Unto our gentle senses.

      — Macbeth, Act I Scene 6

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KEYWORD: poison

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Rape of Lucrece

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'I will not poison thee with my attaint,
Nor fold my fault in cleanly-coin'd excuses;
My sable ground of sin I will not paint,
To hide the truth of this false night's abuses:
My tongue shall utter all; mine eyes, like sluices,
As from a mountain-spring that feeds a dale,
Shall gush pure streams to purge my impure tale.'

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