"the more pity that fools may not speak wisely what wisemen do foolishly"-EXPLAIN THIS LINE WITH SUITABLE CONTEXT

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In Shakespeare’s play ‘As You Like It’ the girls (Rosalind and Celia) enjoy the garden of the Duke's palace, but are disturbed by The Fool (named Touchstone ) who is on an errand from Celia’s father, to say he needs to see her. She wonders why he has been chosen to bear the message especially when he finishes by saying ‘by mine honor.’ She means thgat he is not...

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