Titles from MACBETH

John Martin: Macbeth

(Allusion to character in the play)
  • Barbara Garson: Macbird
  • Rupert Croft-Cooke: Banquo's Chair
  • Igor Primorac: Banquos Geist: Hegels Theorie der Strafe
  • (Allusion to stage direction, I,i)
  • Paul McGuire: Enter Three Witches
  • David Leslie Murray: Enter Three Witches
  • Kate Gilmore: Enter Three Witches
  • What bloody man is that? (I,ii)
  • Simon Brett: What Bloody Man Is That?
  • The weird sisters, hand in hand,
    Posters of the sea and land,
    Thus do go about, about. (I,iii)
  • Charlotte Armstrong: The Case of the Weird Sisters
  • Terry Pratchett: Wyrd Sisters
  • Vivian Vandevelvde: Tales from the Brothers Grimm and the Sisters Weird
  • Two truths are told
    As happy prologues to the swelling act
    Of the imperial theme. (I,iii)
  • Frances A. Yates: Astraea: The Imperial Theme in the Sixteenth Century
  • Thomas Kaufmann: Variations on the Imperial Theme: Studies in Ceremonial Art and Collecting in the Age of Maximilian II and Rudolf II
  • If you can look into the seeds of time,
    And say which grain will grow and which will not,
    Speak then to me, who neither beg nor fear
    Your favors nor your hate. (I,iii)

    Cawdor Castle
  • Frank Wilson Kenyon: The Seeds of Time
  • Henry Savage: The Seeds of Time
  • Irene Rathbone: The Seeds of Time
  • Edward Merrill Root: The Seeds of Time
  • Arden G. Antony: The Seeds of Time
  • Ethel Doherty: The Seeds of Time
  • John Drinkwater: The Seeds of Time
  • Kay Kenyon: The Seeds of Time
  • R. S. Allison: The Seeds of Time; Being a Short History of the Belfast General and Royal Hospital
  • Frederic Jameson: The Seeds of Time
  • Christopher Sexton: The Seeds of Time: The Life of Sir Macfarlane Burnet
  • John Wyndham: The Seeds of Time
  • Kona Khasu: The Seeds of Time: A Collection of Poems
  • Barbara Jefferson Christie: Sowing the Seeds of Time: A History of the Jefferson Family in the Parishes of Lythe and Hinderwell in the North Riding of Yorkshire, 1631-1994
  • Y. S. Brenner: Looking into the Seeds of Time: The Price of Modern Development
  • R. S. Allison: The Seeds of Time: Being a Short History of the Belfast General and Royal Hospital, 1850/1903
  • Helen Huntington: Which Grain Will Grow
  • Don Marion Wolfe: Which Grain Will Grow: Stories and Sketches of Childhood
  • Say from whence
    You owe this strange intelligence, or why
    Upon this blasted heath you stop our way
    With such prophetic greeting? (I,iii)
  • Hector Charles Bywater: Strange Intelligence: Memoirs of Naval Secret Service
  • Banquo. Whither are they vanished?
    Macbeth. Into the air; and what seemed
    coporeal melted
    As breath into the wind. (I,iii)
  • Frederick Franklin Shannon: The Breath in the Winds and Other Sermons
  • And oftentimes, to win us to our harm,
    The instruments of darkness tell us truths. (I,iii)
  • T. Ernesto Bethancourt: Instruments of Darkness
  • Nancy Huston: Instruments of Darkness
  • Robert Wilson: Instruments of Darkness
  • Alice Miller: Instruments of Darkness and Other Stories
  • James A. Sharpe: Instruments of Darkness: Witchcraft in Early Modern England
  • Alfred Price: Instruments of Darkness: The History of Electronic Warfare
  • Gary Russell: Dr. Who: Instruments of Darkness
  • He was a gentleman on whom I built
    An absolute trust. (I,iv)
  • Elaine Dewar: Absolute Trust: The Reichmann's Rise to Wealth and Power
  • Yet I do fear thy nature;
    It is too full o' the milk of human kindness
    To catch the nearest way. (I,v)
  • E. X. Ferrars: The Milk of Human Kindness
  • Morna Brown: Milk of Human Kindness
  • William Campbell Douglass: The Milk of Human Kindness...Is Not Pasteurized
  • We still have judgment here; that we but teach
    Bloody instructions, which, being taught, return
    To plague the inventor. This even-handed justice
    Commends the ingredients of our poisoned
    To our own lips. (I,vii)
  • Sara Woods: Bloody Instructions
  • Andrew Hammond: The Poisoned Chalice
  • I have bought
    Golden opinions from all sorts of people. (I,vii)
  • Richard Lardner Tobin: Golden Opinions
  • Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself
    And falls on the other [side]. (I,vii)
  • Ellis Middleton: Vaulting Ambition
  • Philip Kitcher: Vaulting Ambition:
    Sociobiology and the Quest for Human Nature
  • But screw your courage to the sticking-place,
    And we'll not fail. (I,vii)
  • Jessica Mann: The Sticking Place
  • The moon is down; I have not heard the clock. (II,i)
  • John Steinbeck: The Moon Is Down
  • There's husbandry in Heaven;
    Their candles are all out. (II,i)
  • M. P. Willcocks: Husbandry in Heaven
  • Is this a dagger which I see before me,
    The handle toward my hand? Come, let me
    clutch thee.
    I have thee not, and yet I see thee still.
    Art thou not, fatal vision, sensible
    To feeling as to sight? or art thou but
    A dagger of the mind, a false creation,
    Proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain? (II,i)
  • Manning O'Brine: Dagger Before Me
  • Aaron Hill: Fatal Vision
  • Joe McGinniss: Fatal Vision
  • Janet Malcolm: Fatal Vision
  • Kenneth Fearing: Dagger of the Mind
  • Bob Shaw: Dagger of the Mind
  • C. Spinks: Smiosis Marginal Signs and Trickster: A Dagger of the Mind
  • There's no such thing:
    It is the bloody business which informs
    Thus to mine eyes. Now o'er the one half-world
    Nature seems dead, and wicked dreams abuse
    The curtain'd sleep; witchcraft celebrates
    Pale Hecate's offerings, and wither'd murder,
    . . .
    Moves like a ghost. Thou sure and firm-set earth,
    Hear not my steps. (II,i)
  • H. Paul Jeffers: Bloody Business
  • A. E. Roy: The Curtained Sleep
  • Anthony Schaffer: Withered Murder
  • Lloyd S. Thompson: Hear Not My Steps
  • Methought I heard a voice cry 'Sleep no more!
    Macbeth has murdered sleep,' the innocent sleep,
    Sleep that knits up the ravell'd sleave of care. (II,ii)
  • Margaret Ersine: Sleep No More
  • Florence Ryerson: Sleep No More
  • August Derleth: Sleep No More
  • George Sims: Sleep No More
  • Sam S. Taylor: Sleep No More
  • Wetherby Williams: Sleep No More
  • L. T. C. Rolt: Sleep No More: Railway, Canal and Other Stories of the Supernatural
  • Dinah Lampitt: To Sleep No More
  • George Bankoff: Murdered Sleep
  • Thomas D. Davis: Murdered Sleep: A Dave Strickland Mystery
  • M. C. Munday: The Ravelled Sleeve
  • 'Tis the eye of childhood
    That fears a painted devil. (II,ii)
  • William E. Rand: The Eye of Childhood
  • John Welcome: A Painted Devil
  • Rachel Billington: A Painted Devil
  • Michael Bedard: Painted Devil
  • Ruth Rendell: To Fear a Painted Devil
  • The wine of life is drawn, and the mere lees
    is left this vault to brag of. (II,iii)
  • Frank Hartman: The Wine of Life
  • Katherine A. Tingley: The Wine of Life
  • Arthur John Stringer: The Wine of Life
  • Lesley Egan: Wine of Life
  • Julia Baldwin Hazelton,ed: Wine of Life: An Anthology of Short Stories
  • Charles Gorham: Wine of Life: A Novel about Balzac
  • Jerome P. Seaton: The Wine of Endless Life
  • Harold J. Morowitz: The Wine of Life and Other Essays on Societies, Energy and Living Things
  • The expedition of my violent love
    Outran the pauser, reason. Here lay Duncan,
    His silver skin laced with his golden blood. (II,iii)
  • Jerry Oster: Violent Love
  • Jack Williamson: Golden Blood
  • Look to the lady. (III,ii)
  • Marjorie Allingham: Look to the Lady
  • Is't night's predominance, or the day's shame,
    That darkness does the face of earth entomb,
    When living light should kiss it? (II,iv)
  • Edmund Newton Harvey: Living Light
  • Marian Stinchfield Hopkins: The Living Light
  • James I. Kimber: Living Light: The Doctrine of New Truth
  • Walter W. Judson: Living Light: A Stained Glass Manual and History
  • Edythe Draper, comp.: Living Light: Daily Light in Today's Language
  • Peg Horsburgh: Living Light: Exploring Bioluminescence
  • M. Norvel Young: Living Lights, Shining Stars: Ten Secrets to Becoming the Light of the World
  • Muneera Haeri: The Chishtis: A Living Light
  • Barbara Newman, ed.: Voice of the Living Light: Hildegard of Bingen and Her World
  • John M. Salzer: The Line of Living Light: Poetry and Prose
  • Is't known who did this more than bloody deed? (II,iv)
  • Ladd Hamilton: This Bloody Deed: The Magruder Incident
  • Thou hast it now: king, Cawdor, Glamis, all,
    As the weird women promised. (III,i)
  • Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly: Weird Women
  • (Allusion to stage directions, III,i)
  • Hurst Marshall: Enter Two Murderers
  • Anthony Boucher: Exeunt Murderers
  • For I must become a borrower of the night
    For a dark hour or twain. (III,i)
  • Elizabeth Peters: Borrower of the Night
  • Duncan is in his grave;
    After life's fitful fever he sleeps well;
    Treason has done his worst: nor steel, nor
    Malice domestic, foreign levy, nothing,
    Can touch him further. (III,ii)
  • Richard Wiseman: Duncan Is in His Grave
  • Margaret Wynne Nevinson: Life's Fitful Fever
  • Kate Everest: Life's Fitful Fever
  • Evelyn Payne: Malice Domestic
  • William Roughead: Malice Domestic
  • Mollie Hardwick: Malice Domestic
  • Elinore Denniston: Malice Domestic
  • Sara Woods: Malice Domestic
  • Elizabeth Peters, pres.: Malice Domestic
  • Mary Higgins Clark, pres.: Malice Domestic 2
  • Nancy Pickard, pres.: Malice Domestic 3
  • Carolyn Hart, pres.: Malice Domestic 4
  • Phyllis A. Whitney, pres.: Malice Domestic 5
  • Anne Perry, pres.: Malice Domestic 6
  • Ere to black Hecate's summons
    The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums
    Hath rung night's yawning peal, there shall be done
    A deed of dreadful note. (III,ii)
  • August Derleth: Night's Yawning Peal, a Ghostly Company
  • Light thickens, and the crow
    Makes wing to the rooky wood.
    Good things of day begin to droop and drowse; Whiles night's black agents to their preys do
    rouse. (III,ii)
  • Ngaio Marsh: Light Thickens
  • Anthony Harris: Night's Black Agents
  • Fritz Leiber: Night's Black Agents
  • Banquo. It will be rain tonight.
    First Murderer. Let it come down. (III,iii)
  • Paul Bowles: Let It Come Down
  • Can such things be,
    And overcome us like a summer's cloud,
    Without our special wonder? (III,iv)
  • Ambrose Bierce: Can Such Things Be?
  • Keith Fleming: Can Such Things Be? The Weird of the Beresfords: A Study in Occult Will-power
  • Jill Tattersall: A Summer's Cloud
  • J. Francis McComas, comp.: Special Wonder: The Anthony Boucher Memorial Anthology of Fantasy and Science Fiction
  • It will have blood, they say; blood will have blood. (III,iv)
  • R. M. Litchfield: Blood Will Have Blood
  • Linda Barnes: Blood Will Have Blood
  • Upon the corner of the moon
    There hangs a vaporous drop profound;
    I'll catch it ere it comes to ground. (III,v)
  • Sheila Steen: Corner of the Moon
  • Shirley Barker: Corner of the Moon
  • Enid Martell Olson, comp.: Corner of the Moon: Folk Tales for Reading Pleasure
  • Double, double; toil and trouble;
    Fire burn and cauldron bubble. (IV,i)

    Alexandre-Marie Colin: The Three Witches from "Macbeth"
  • Mary-Kate Olsen: Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
  • Leon Feuchtwanger: Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
  • Shirley Lueth: Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble
  • James Saunders: Double, Double
  • Ellery Queen: Double, Double
  • Freda M. Kelsall & H. N. Gibson: Double, Double
  • Michael Jan Friedman: Double, Double
  • Eric Elice & Roger Rees: Double Double
  • Emma Lathen: Double, Double, Oil and Trouble
  • Thomas R. Brooks: Toil and Trouble: A History of American Labor
  • Herbert Otto Roth: Toil and Trouble: The Struggle for a Better Life in New Zealand
  • Joe L. Kincheloe: Toil and Trouble: Good Work, Smart Workers, and the Integration of Academic and Vocational Education
  • George F. G. Stanley: Toil and Trouble: Military Expeditions to Red River
  • Government of Saskatchewan: Toil and Trouble: An Oral History of Industrial Unrest in the Estevan-Bienfait Coalfields
  • Richard A. Liroff: Reforming Air Pollution Regulation: The Toil and Trouble of EPA's Bubble
  • Bernard K. Johnpoll, ed.: A Documentary History of the Communist Party in America: Toil and Trouble
  • Ralph W. Andrews: Timber: Toil and Trouble in the Big Woods
  • P. B. Arthiabah: Half a Century of Toil, Trouble and Progress: The History of the Trade Union Congress of Ghana, 1939-1995
  • Ken Radford: Fire Burn: Tales of Witchery
  • John Dickson Carr: Fire, Burn!
  • Julie Lugo Cerra: Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble: A Collection of Well Used, Time-sensitive Recipes Reflecting the Diversity of an American Family, and That Family's Friends
  • Bryan Flynn: And Cauldron Bubble
  • Leslie Reid: Cauldron Bubble
  • N. A. Temple-Ellis: Cauldron Bubble
  • George Goodchild: Cauldron Bubble
  • Eye of newt and toe of frog,
    Wool of bat and tongue of dog. (IV,i)
  • Shlomit Auciello: Eye of Newt, or How To Eat Well in Hard Times, Avoid an Inflated Bill, and Stay Off the Dole
  • Al G. Manning: Eye of Newt in My Martini: A Certified Public Accountant Turned Occultist Tells Why and How
  • By the pricking of my thumbs,
    Something wicked this way comes. (IV,i)
  • Agatha Christie: By the Pricking of My Thumbs
  • Norah Lofts: The Pricking of My Thumbs
  • H. C. Branson: The Pricking Thumb
  • Ray Bradbury: Something Wicked This Way Comes
  • Stuart Hamill: Something Wicked
  • E. X. Ferrars: Something Wicked
  • Hugh McCutcheon: Something Wicked
  • Charles Runyon: Something Wicked
  • Carolyn Hart: Something Wicked
  • Jo Beverley: Something Wicked
  • Jennifer Rowe: Something Wicked
  • Dana Jurcic: By the Itching of My Nose Something Wicked This Way Goes
  • Macbeth. How now, you secret, black, and
    midnight hags!
    What is't you do?
    Witches. A deed without a name. (IV,i)
  • Joan Fleming: Midnight Hag
  • Eden Phillpotts: A Deed without a Name
  • Dorothy Bowers: Deed without a Name
  • Andrew Sanders: A Deed without a Name:
    The Witch in Society and History
  • Be bloody, bold, and resolute; laugh to scorn
    The power of man, for none of woman born
    Shall harm Macbeth. (IV,i)
  • Adrienne Rich: Of Woman Born: Motherhood as Experience and Institution
  • Carol Ginandes: Of Women Born: Photographs
  • Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski: Not of Woman Born: Representations of Caesarian Birth in Medieval and Renaissance Culture
  • Constance Ash, ed.: Not of Woman Born
  • What, will the line stretch out to the crack of doom? (IV,i)
  • Robert Cromie: The Crack of Doom
  • Hugh Edwards: Crack of Doom
  • Leo Bruce: Crack of Doom
  • Gilbert Hackforth-Jones: Crack of Doom
  • (Allusion to stage direction, IV,ii)
  • R. Lance Hill: Enter Murderers
  • Henry Slesar: Enter Murderers
  • Edward Bierstadt: Enter Murderers
  • Ngaio Marsh: Enter a Murderer
  • All my pretty ones?
    Did you say all? O hell-kite! All? (IV,iii)
  • Roger Hall: All My Pretty ones
  • Anne Sexton: All My Pretty Ones
  • Dorothy Eden: Pretty Ones
  • Macbeth
    Is ripe for shaking, and the powers above
    Put on their instruments. (IV,iii)
  • Hugh Massingham: Ripe for Shaking
  • Out, damned spot! out, I say! (V,i)
  • Nancy Spain: Out, Damned Tot!
  • Herbert Adams: Damned Spot
  • Yet who would have thought the old man to
    have had so much blood in him. (V,i)
  • Zelda Popkin: So Much Blood
  • Bruno Fischer: So Much Blood
  • Simon Brett: So Much Blood
  • Here's the smell of the blood still; all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand. (V,i)
  • Sara Woods: Perfumes of Arabia
  • Evelyn Dewar: Perfumes of Arabia
  • Now does he feel
    His secret murders sticking on his hands. (V,ii)
  • Anne E. Schwartz: The Man Who Could Not Kill Enough: The Secret Murders of Milwaukee's Jeffrey Dahmer
  • I have lived long enough. My way of life
    Is fall'n into the sear, the yellow leaf. (V,iii)
  • Mort Friedlander: The Yellow Leaf
  • Hasan Terani: The Yellow Leaf
  • Douglas C. Jones: Season of Yellow Leaf
  • Throw physic to the dogs; I'll none of it. (V,iii)
  • George Hayden: Throw Physic to the Dogs
  • She should have died hereafter. (V,v)
  • Alfred Clark: He Should Have Died Hereafter
  • Cyril Hare: He Should Have Died Hereafter
  • Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
    Creeps in this petty pace from day to day
    To the last syllable of recorded time;
    And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
    The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
    Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player
    That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
    And then is heard no more. It is a tale
    Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
    Signifying nothing. (V,v)

    Alexander Johnston: Macbeth
  • Bonnie L. Heintz et al., comps.: Tomorrow,
    and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
  • M. Bernard Eldershaw: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow
  • David G. Yellin & Marie Connors, eds.: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow
  • Philip Barry: To-morrow and To-morrow
  • Brenda Cole: Tomorrow and Tomorrow
  • Charles Sheffield: Tomorrow and Tomorrow
  • Damon Knight, ed.: Tomorrow and Tomorrow: Ten Tales of the Future
  • Mary Petty: This Petty Pace
  • Anthony Rawlins: This Petty Pace
  • B. Pinkerton: This Petty Pace
  • James W. B. Laing: Recorded Time
  • Pamela Gray Ahearn: All Our Yesterdays
  • Stuart Buchan: All Our Yesterdays
  • Natalia Ginzburg: All Our Yesterdays
  • Marian Gleason: All Our Yesterdays
  • Robert B. Parker: All Our Yesterdays
  • George Pattulo: All Our Yesterdays
  • John Peel: All Our Yesterdays
  • Enid H. Pierce: All Our Yesterdays
  • Declan Hasset: All Our Yesterdays
  • H. M. Tomlinson: All Our Yesterdays
  • Evelyn Spitzer Drennen: All Our Yesterdays
  • Junji Kinoshita: All Our Yesterdays
  • Joseph Weeks: All Our Yesterdays
  • Charles Barr: All Our Yesterdays: 90 Years of British Cinema
  • Brian Inglis: All Our Yesterdays: How the Newsreels Saw Them from Munich to the Berlin Airlift
  • Brian Yu: All Our Yesterdays: A Song of My Parents
  • Nate Winfield, comp.: All Our Yesterdays: A Brief History of Chapel Hill
  • James O. Robertson & Janet C. Robertson: All Our Yesterdays: A Century of Family Life in an American Small Town
  • Manès Sperber: All Our Yesterdays, Vol. 1: God's Water Carriers
  • Manès Sperber: All Our Yesterdays, Vol. 2: The Unheeded Warning
  • Manès Sperber: All Our Yesterdays, Vol. 3: Until My Eyes Are Closed with Shards
  • Harry Warner, Jr.: All Our Yesterdays: An Informal History of Science Fiction Fandom in the Forties
  • Lawrence Wakefield: All Our Yesterdays: A Narrative History of Traverse City
  • Culross Historical Society, comp.: All Our Yesterdays: A History of Culross Township
  • Richard Wellington Boynton: Boynton Family: All Our Yesterday's Gone, Come On Go Back
  • James & Margaret Wilson: All Our Yesterdays: A Genealogy, History, Directory of the Killorens, Killorans, Killorins, Belledune, Richmond, Erinsville
  • Frank B. Woodford: All Our Yesterdays: A
    Brief History of Detroit
  • Illustrated Life Rhodesia: All Our Yesterdays, 1890-1970: A Pictorial Review of Rhodesia's Story from the Best of Illustrated Life Rhodesia
  • Ian Bradley et alia: All Our Yesterdays: Pictorial Record of the London Borough of
    Sutton over the Last Century
  • John W. Ashbury: ...And All Our Yesterdays:
    A Chronicle of Frederick County, Maryland
  • Edgar Andrew Collard: 100 More Tales from All Our Yesterdays
  • Beatrice Ann Carlson Stegeman: Yesterdays and All Our Yesterdays: Historical Introductions, Feminist Statements, and Primary Sources for Metro-East Il
  • Alistair MacLean: The Way to Dusty Death
  • Hugh McCutcheon: To Dusty Death
  • Clifton Robbins: Dusty Death
  • Michael Burning & Althea Grey: Dusty Death
  • Osmington Mills: Dusty Death
  • Lee Thayer: Dusty Death
  • M. Chandrasoma: Out, Out, Brief Candle
  • Lee Thayer: Out, Brief Candle
  • John Rosenberg: Out, Brief Candle
  • Alan Lenox-Short: Brief Candle
  • Charles B. Garrigus: Brief Candle
  • Martin Boris: Brief Candle
  • Andrew Spiller: Brief Candle
  • Richard Barksdale Harwell: Brief Candle: The Confederate Theatre
  • Derek Bourne-Jones: Brief Candle: Poetic Study of Lady Jane Grey, 1537-54
  • Aldous Huxley: Brief Candles
  • Francis Gaite: Brief Candles
  • Henry Taylor: Brief Candles: 101 Clerihews
  • Robert B. Parker: Walking Shadow
  • E. W. White: Walking Shadows
  • H. Child: A Poor Player
  • Lesley Krueger: Poor Player
  • Stanley Heather: That Struts and Frets
  • R. P. Norhona: A Tale Told by an Idiot
  • Rose Macaulay: Told by an Idiot
  • Ted Hughes: Four Tales Told by an Idiot
  • William Faulkner: The Sound and the Fury
  • Brian Rotman: Signifying Nothing: The Semiotics of Zero
  • (Allusion to stage direction, V,vii)
  • Robert I. Alotta: Another Part of the Field: Philadelphia's American Revolution, 1777-78
  • I bear a charméd life, which must not yield
    To one of woman born. (V,viii)
  • M. C. Varley: A Charmed Life
  • Mary McCarthy: A Charmed Life
  • Vince Cabretti: A Charmed Life
  • Anne Lacey: A Charmed Life
  • Jack Butler Yeats: The Charmed Life
  • Bernard Taylor: Charmed Life
  • Diana Wynne Jones: Charmed Life
  • Barbara Corbett: No Ordinary Childhood: Barbara Corbett's Celebration of a Charmed Life in the 1920s
  • Alfred Allan Lewis: Man of the World: Herbert Bayard Swope, a Charmed Life of Pulitzer Prizes, Poker and Politics
  • Victoria Moran: Creating a Charmed Life: Sensible, Spiritual Secrets Every Busy Woman Should Know
  • Lay on, Macduff,
    And damned be him that first cries 'Hold,
    enough!' (V,viii)
  • Charlotte Armstrong: Lay on, Macduff!
  • Peter Harris: Cry Hold!
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