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The Life of Timon of Athens is a play by Shakespeare about the fortunes of an Athenian named Timon. It is generally regarded as one of his most obscure and difficult works. Although it was typically grouped with the tragedies, some scholars group it with the problem plays.
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Servants embrace, and part several ways O, the fierce wretchedness that glory brings us! Timon of Athens (1.2), Flavius "The character of Flavius, the steward to Timon, even Shakespeare himself never surpassed, for simple, unadorned integrity, and faithful attachment to his master, "through good report and through evil report." It is the only piece of characteristic contrast in the play; and it is as if the poet intended to show, in this solitary, individual example, the great beauty and steady lustre of straightforward honesty and unostentatious fidelity, placed in juxtaposition with all the vices of those who hasten to become rich." [Charles Cowden-Clarke, Shakespeare Characters]TIMON Keep it, I cannot eat itMiss MxBe thou a flatterer now, and seek to thrive By that which has undone thee: hinge thy knee, And let his very breath, whom thou'lt observe, Blow off thy cap; praise his most vicious strain, And call it excellent: thou wast told thus; Thou gavest thine ears like tapsters that bid welcome To knaves and all approachers: 'tis most just That thou turn rascal; hadst thou wealth again, Rascals should have 'tWhen Apemantus appears and accuses Timon of copying his pessimistic style there is a mutually misanthropic exchange of invectiveHORTENSIUS And mine, my lordFirst Senator The senators of Athens greet thee, TimonSenator GoA hall in Timon's houseALCIBIADES Strike up the drum towards Athens! Farewell, Timon: If I thrive well, I'll visit thee againAll the citizens are welcome to the banquet, as in accordance with the democratic principles of AthensTIMON Come, sermon me no further: No villanous bounty yet hath pass'd my heart; Unwisely, not ignobly, have I givenEmail Address* Cancel Please Login New to OSF? If you have purchased tickets or made a membership contribution to OSF, you will already have an account with usLights, more lights! First Lord The best of happiness, Honour and fortunes, keep with you, Lord Timon! TIMON Ready for his friendsThe devil knew not what he did when he made man politic; he crossed himself by 't: and I cannot think but, in the end, the villainies of man will set him clearRalph Waldo Emerson alludes to Timon in Essays: Second Series (1844) in an essay entitled "Gifts." Emerson says, "This giving is flat usurpation, and therefore when the beneficiary is ungrateful, as all beneficiaries hate all Timons.I rather sympathize with the beneficiary, than with the anger of my lord Timon."
Sign in here You must be logged in to recommend a commentagain staged the play with the Scottish actor Ian McDiarmid playing TimonPHILOTUS I wonder on't; he was wont to shine at sevenAct 5 Scene 1First Lord That time serves stillTimon of AthensChambers believes Shakespeare began the play, but abandoned it due to a mental breakdown, never returning to finish it. F.WEnter TIMON, ALCIBIADES, and Lords, & c TIMON So soon as dinner's done, we'll forth again, My AlcibiadesThe only dish, to everyone's surprise, is warm waterAPEMANTUS I would my tongue could rot them off! TIMON Away, thou issue of a mangy dog! Choler does kill me that thou art alive; I swound to see thee(2004) 79c7fb41ad