Cloth my naked villany
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The quote "And thus I clothe my naked villany" is from Shakespeare's Richard III. Learn who said it and what it means at www.polish-silk.eu
Description:Adjectives were freely compounded by Shakespeare, the first being considered as a kind of adverb qualifying the second. The allusion here is to the white boar, which was the cognizance of Richard. The idea of a figure who can represent what we idealise, a colourful figure that embodies a goodness we believe we can, on a macro level, acquire, seems outdated and naive. Frank'd, shut up as in a frank, or pig-sty. Broach is now used only as a verb, but this instance is due to older substantive usage. It makes us active participants, not helpless bystanders, to oppression and villainy.