JOSH Billings said: "The best way to convince a fool
that he is wrong is to let him have his own way.
parti-colored clown, the motley fool
is complexly divided as well as
Dick Gregory also moved from fool
to prophet -- understandably overwhelmed with the ongoing pain of racism.
Several of the stories of the Russian fools
depend on their purported interactions with the tsar; this is problematic, because not only is the fool
a cultural type or, possibly, a self-conscious actor, but so too does the tsar play a cultural role, and one at least as loaded as that of the fool
I have great faith in fools
- self-confidence, my friends call it.
of this type may be called scorning fools
, Scorners of the Past; or destroying fools
, Destroyers of the Present; or dynamic fools
, Revelers in the excitements of Change.
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John Southworth's study attempts to correct distorted popular images of the English court fool
deriving 'from folklore, emblematic art.
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Anne, who is only a child at the time, is terrified, especially when a preternatural event does occur--an evil spirit, identified as Merlin, declares that in this place "the army of Alfred the Fool
did beat back the forces of the Danes," putting an end to the glory of ancient Britain and eclipsing temporarily the forces of the earth.
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His chief work, however, is Das Narrenschiff, a story of fools
on a ship bound for a fool
The reader who doesn't want to make a fool
of himself will enjoy Abbey's advice.
Thus we are told that the regent Morton had a fool
, Patrick Bonny; Holbein painted Sir Thomas More 's jester, Patison, in his picture of the chancellor; and as late as 1728 Swift wrote an epitaph on Dickie Pearce, the fool
of the earl of Suffolk, who died at the age of sixty - three and is buried in Berkeley Churchyard, Gloucestershire.