'Gollum, obsessed by the desire to repossess the Ring, talk to it continually, speaks of himself in the third person or in the plural except at moments of intermittent rationality, and is effectively driven insane bu te final crisis on Mount Doom, when he must either seize the Ring from Frodo or see it cast into the Fire and destroyed: he pursues Frodo to the Cracks of Doom 'with a wild light of madness glaring in his eyes', and in the few moments of possession dances 'like a mad thing' on the brink of the chasm.'Page 46 - Brian Roseburyand
'Prince Henry: 'The land is burning. Percy stands on high, and ether we or they must lower lie.' EXITFalstaff: 'Rare words, brave world! Hostess, my breakfast come! O, I wish this tavern were my drum!'Page 114 - ShakespeareSo, these are my teasers. What are you teasing with? Don't hesitate to leave your link below in the comments!