Augusta, Lady Gregory Quote

I don't know in the world why anyone would consent to be a king, and never to be left to himself, but to be worried and wearied and interfered with from dark to daybreak and from morning to the fall of night.


The Dragon: A Wonder Play in Three Acts (ed. 1920)

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I don't know in the world why anyone would consent to be a king, and never to be left to himself, but to be worried and wearied and interfered with...

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I don't know in the world why anyone would consent to be a king, and never to be left to himself, but to be worried and wearied and interfered with...

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I don't know in the world why anyone would consent to be a king, and never to be left to himself, but to be worried and wearied and interfered with...

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I don't know in the world why anyone would consent to be a king, and never to be left to himself, but to be worried and wearied and interfered with...