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Beuty, who earns just 4p an hour, in the shanty town she calls home
Yet Weever may have sought to feminize the name in order to secure an even scansion and to run the names into one another, thereby intimating that they stand as almost interchangable creations whose "sugred tongues, and power attractive beuty / say they are Saints" This point should not be pushed too far: Honigmann maybe right to suspect a misprint; and Weever may possibly have had in mind Richard III, rather than Richard II, though the mention of"sugred tongues" and "Saints" does not really sit comfortably with Shakespeare's villain.