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Explanation and origination of the phrase, “Neither Rhyme Nor Reason” accredited to Shakespeare yet belongs to Edmund Spenser.
For the effect of sensationalism, William Shakespeare frequently used ghosts in his plays.
Essentially, to “cast pearls before swine” is to share something of value with those who cannot appreciate it.