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12 Dec 2019

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I’m reading the comedy of errors and having a trouble understanding this following sentence.

“In Syracusa was I born, and wed Unto a woman happy but for me, And by me, had not our hap been bad.”

Could anyone explain what “happy but for me, and by me” means in this context.

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