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What is Shakespeare refering to when he says "O thou weed,
Who art so lovely fair and smell'st so sweet
That the sense aches at thee" in Othello? I havent read this, but I was wondering, is he talking to a person, or a plant?

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    Neither, he was talking about an unwanted emotion, feeling.

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