Start: The whole time I was working as G...

The African Company Presents Richard III

James Hewlett

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Start: The whole time I was working as George Cooke’s man-servant and his dresser, he could never tell if I was playing a part or not.

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End: And I knew, and I knew he knew, that, that was me underneath Lear’s robe, while he bowed to applause for a Lear he could never again be. A Lear that tore the whole house down.

Brown, Carlyle. The African Company Presents Richard III. New York, 1994, pp.13-14.

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