A jest's prosperity lies in the ear
Of him that hears it, never in the tongue
Of him that makes it.
Love's Labour's Lost, Act V, Scene ii.
Source: This is a facsimile copy of the play Love's Labour's Lost, a
separately bound extract from the Second Folio edition of Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories,
and Tragedies, published in 1632. Bound with this extract is the play immediately preceding it
in the Second Folio, Much Ado About Nothing.
Links below move to the page of the indicated scene. Note: Act and scene divisions are as found in modern editions of the play.
|Act & Scene Index|
|One||Navarre. A Park with a Palace in It||Another Part of the Park|
|Two||Another Part of the Park (Pavilion and Tents in the Distance)|
|Three||A Part of the Park|
|Four||A Part of the Park||Another Part of the Park||Another Part of the Park|
|Another Part of the Park||Before the Princess's Pavilion|
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