„Now will I show myself to have more of the serpent than the dove“

— Christopher Marlowe, Context: Now will I show myself to have more of the serpent than the dove; that is, more knave than fool. Barabas, Act II, scene iii. Marlowe is referencing Jesus, "Be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves," in Matthew 10:16.

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