They leave, and on their return are mocked by the ladies.
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This provides them with many opportunities for comment and laughter. As the ladies prepare to leave, the lords affirm that all their expressions of love were genuine, but the Princess claims that everything was in jest. The ladies tell the lords that, if they are serious, they must carry out certain tasks for a year, and then return to offer marriage.
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The lords agree. Armado then presents the learned men in a dialogue between the owl and the cuckoo, representing winter and spring, by way of conclusion.
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We're introduced to two new characters, the schoolmaster Holofernes and Sir Nathaniel, the curate country preacher. Holofernes is learned and enjoys talking.
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Nathaniel is up to his usual brown-nosing with Holofernes. He says how refreshing it is to enjoy a scintillating conversation after having spen The Princess and her ladies enter the grounds and compare gifts and letters from the men in their lives. They make ruthless fun of the long letters full of exaggerated flattery, and compliment