Discuss the range of possible outcomes if Shakespeare’s advice of “neither a lender nor a borrower be” should become a general law.

neither a lender nor a borrower be

Discuss the range of possible outcomes if Shakespeare’s advice of “neither a lender nor a borrower be” should become a general law.

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Discuss the range of possible outcomes if Shakespeare’s advice of “neither a lender nor a borrower be” should become a general law. Note: I am not asking for a contextual criticism, but rather a thought essay with this quote as your prompt.


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