One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A display of human feeling with which others sympathize (based on a misinterpretation of Shakespeare's Troilus and CressidaIII iii. 169).
- ‘He might have such a gift in mind when he says that ‘[m]anners are for me the touch of nature, an artifice in the very bloodstream’.’
- ‘‘One touch of nature makes the whole world kin’, and the same human nature exists under the crown of the King and the crownless hat of the beggar.’
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