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2, upon realising that Margaret is set to attack, York sends Montague to London to get Warwick "My brother Montague shall post to London./Let noble Warwick, Cobham, and the rest/Whom we have left protectors of ... Montague duly leaves, and when Warwick returns in Act 2, Scene 1, he is accompanied by a character called Montague, but who he introduces as an ... As such, the character of Montague seems to represent two separate historical personages in the play, and whilst this is not unusual in Shakespearean histories, the manner ...
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“To regard the successful experiences which ensue from a belief as a criterion of its truth is one thingand a thing that is sometimes bad and sometimes goodbut to assume that truth itself consists in the process by which it is verified is a different thing and always bad.”
—William Pepperell Montague (18421910)
“Behold, Esau my brother is a hairy man, and I am a smooth man.”
—Bible: Hebrew Jacob, in Genesis, 27:11.
To his mother Rebekah, explaining how the blind Isaac might discover the ploy of his pretending to be Esau. Esau was a cunning hunter, a man of the field; and Jacob was a plain man, dwelling in tents. (25:27)