argylesock says… Size of Wales is here.
“For Wales? Why Richard, it profit a man nothing to give his soul for the whole world. . . but for Wales!” ― Robert Bolt, A Man for All Seasons
When Richard Rich betrayed, he did so for rewards related to Wales. Thomas More, in top shelf literary insult, takes him to task for it by emphasizing the pathos of having betrayed for profits as meager as Wales.
If you have been to Wales, you know it has nothing to be ashamed of in terms of physical beauty. And as for cultural beauty, Dylan Thomas or Richard Burton could tell Robert Bolt or Thomas More for that matter a thing or two about Wales. But now, Wales shows a creative streak in this contribution to conservation, perhaps a deeper greatness than other classics in its history.
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