Timon of Athens
"We have seen better days". - (Act IV, Scene II).
Timon is a wealthy Athenian noble who responds to flattery by hosting banquets, giving gifts and bailing out his suitors. When his fortune runs out and his friends reject his pleas for help, he becomes an embittered recluse and, after seeing that those who abandoned him suffer, withdraws to die.
Money: it can’t buy love, but it can certainly promote hate.
Timon of Athens may be a simple story about a generous and self-indulgent man driven to misanthropy… Show more
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