Comparison of William Shakespeare Cymbeline 3.4 to Geoffrey Chaucer
William Shakespeare Cymbeline 3.4 has 183 lines, and one of them has a weak match at magnitude 11 in Geoffrey Chaucer. 99% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.01 weak matches.
Cymbeline 3.4: 42
And for I am richer than to hang by th’ walls,
Melibee's Tale: 49
... But ye knowen wel that this dede, that is to seyn, my grief and my disese, toucheth me right ny. And therfore, though I be wroth and inpacient, it is no merveille. And savinge your grace, I can nat seen that it mighte greetly harme me though I toke vengeaunce; for I am richer and more mighty than myne enemys been. And wel knowen ye, that by moneye and by havinge grete possessions been all the thinges of this world governed. And Salomon seith: that "alle thinges obeyen to moneye."'