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Written by Barbara
(5/19/2003 12:47 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, In the Riverside Shakespeare, the notes gives these meanings, penned by Caitlin
It also has copious notes with the text, and has a note on these flower meanings too, which I had not thought to look up before
] Fennel and columbines respectively symbols for flattery and ingratitude, rue for sorrow and repentence Daisy and violets symbolize dissembling and faithfulness.
It is similar, but slighlty different to this. Columbines here are said to represent 'marital infidelity' while a daisy is said to be the 'flower of unhappy love'
Just a note, Caitlin, about those pesky brackets ]
When you put ] in front of what you wrote, as you did in your above post, it makes it look as though you are quoting that from a previous post. The software automatically inserts them in front of the previous post so that it is easy to separate it from newly written material. I had to cut and paste your quote back here with a ]
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