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21st Oct '17 1:05:49 PM AlexHoskins
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* GoodIsNotNice: UserNotes/JohnAdams in ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'', an early promoter of the cause of independence, says to himself that he is “obnoxious and disliked.”

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* GoodIsNotNice: UserNotes/JohnAdams in ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'', an early promoter of the cause of independence, says Literature/DonQuixote causes unwarranted harm to himself others despite being positive that he is “obnoxious and disliked.”he's doing the right thing.
21st Oct '17 12:54:04 PM AlexHoskins
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* GoodIsNotNice: UserNotes/JohnAdams in ''Theatre/1776'', an early promoter of the cause of independence, says to himself that he is “obnoxious and disliked.”

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* GoodIsNotNice: UserNotes/JohnAdams in ''Theatre/1776'', ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'', an early promoter of the cause of independence, says to himself that he is “obnoxious and disliked.”
21st Oct '17 12:53:30 PM AlexHoskins
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* GoodIsNotNice: UserNotes/JohnAdams in ''Theatre/1776'', an early promoter of the cause of independence, says to himself that he is “obnoxious and disliked.”
17th Oct '17 5:17:22 AM AlexHoskins
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* AntiHero: Creator/ChristopherMarlowe's Theatre/DoctorFaustus, Shakespeare's Falstaff, and Cervantes' ''Literature/DonQuixote'' are all contenders for the first deliberate example of This Very Wiki's definition as "they are good guys, but has flaws to work out."

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* AntiHero: Creator/ChristopherMarlowe's Theatre/DoctorFaustus, Theatre/{{Hamlet}}, Shakespeare's Falstaff, and Cervantes' ''Literature/DonQuixote'' are all contenders for the first deliberate example of This Very Wiki's definition as "they are good guys, but has flaws to work out."
22nd Sep '17 5:14:40 PM jamespolk
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* HoldingBothSidesOfTheConversation: Shakespeare's ''Theatre/TwelfthNight''



* KickMePrank: Cervantes' ''DonQuixote''

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* KickMePrank: Cervantes' ''DonQuixote''''Literature/DonQuixote''
21st Jul '17 9:31:05 AM jamespolk
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* WhyDontYouMarryIt: ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'', 1595-6
23rd May '17 7:23:40 PM mirisu92
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* BigBeautifulWoman: The female subjects of Renaissance art would actually be pretty chubby by today's standards. Fat was a sign of wealth and health back then.
23rd May '17 7:15:56 PM mirisu92
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* RapidFireComedy: Shakespeare's comedies, though many of the jokes go unnoticed, due to culture changes, without the body-language context of live performance.

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* RapidFireComedy: Shakespeare's comedies, though many of the jokes go unnoticed, due to culture (and linguistic) changes, without the body-language context of live performance.
26th Apr '17 11:10:01 AM LordGro
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** Even older: many of the jokes which are told ''even today'' originate to Martin Luther. He studied law before switching to theology.
26th Apr '17 9:49:16 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Even older: many of the jokes which are told ''even today'' originate to Martin Luther. He was DangerouslyGenreSavvy: he studied law before switching to theology.

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** Even older: many of the jokes which are told ''even today'' originate to Martin Luther. He was DangerouslyGenreSavvy: he studied law before switching to theology.
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