Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

This line you are quoting is from the play “As You Like It.”  It comes from Act II, Scene 4.  What Touchstone is saying here is that people who are in love act really stupidly.  That is what he means by “strange capers” — he uses that phrase to mean something like “stupid things.”  So when he says “We that are true lovers run into strange capers” he means that people who are truly in love do stupid things.Touchstone does not really see himself as a “true lover.”  He is just saying that to make fun of people who do think they are like that.
Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare