Annotation of Act 4 Scene 2

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Implications of inherent class separation between nobility and commoner, as seen through the fact that Perdita's beauty is apparently so far above the beauty of a peasant. While it is used more as a plot device than a statement of inherent inferiority, such blatant language of separations is problematic (and still used in modern storytelling as a convenient way of moving a plot forward).
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I have heard, sir, of such a man, who hath a  daughter of most rare note.
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Act 4 Scene 2

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