I wold not be in a folis paradyce, studio I
"I wold not be in a folis paradyce"

from the introduction of Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse 5

An early phrase, first recorded in the Paston Letters, 1462
Shakespeare later used it in Romeo and Juliet.

Meaning:
a state of happiness based on false hope.

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I wold not be in a folis paradyce, studio I
"I wold not be in a folis paradyce"
An early phrase, first recorded in the Paston Letters, 1462
Shakespeare later used it in Romeo and Juliet.

Meaning:
a state of happiness based on false hope.

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