Has this enigmatic riddle ever been solved?
The Foxe, the Ape, and the Humble-Bee
Were still at oddes, being but three
Vntill the Goose came out of doore,
Staying the oddes by adding foure
(Love's Labour Lost Act 3, Sc 1)
Is it perhaps too difficult? Would anyone consider attempting a solution?
I think I have may have worked out the correct solution, but I would like to hear other opinions.
So come on all ewe Shakespeare buffs, what sayest thou?
Regards to all
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