Titus Andronicus, [5.3.67-72]. Marcus. “You sad-fac’d men, people and sons of Rome,/ By uproars sever’d, as a flight of fowl/ Scatter’d by winds and high tempestuous guests,/ O, let me teach you how to knit again/ This scattered corn into one mutual sheaf,/ These broken limbs again into one body.”


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