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Keeping Adultery Hidden

In comedy or tragedy, Shakespeare's characters advise the prudence of spouses keeping their dalliances hidden. In Comedy of Errors, Luciana advises Antipholus of Syracuse, who she thinks is her brother-in-lawto conceal from his presumed wife Adriana, Luciana's sister, his apparent infidelity. Iago's observation about the adulteries of Venetian women in Othello, is similar.

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In Venice they do let God see the pranks

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And may it be that you have quite forgot

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