Fun Shakespeare fact:
Ever heard this line from Richard III?
“Truly, the souls of men are full of dread: / Ye cannot reason almost with a man / That looks not heavily and full of fear.”
Lovely little exchange, right?
Well, somewhere along the line when this play was being printed, a slight mix up was made, and a d got switched to a b.
So we have a bunch of Richard III quartos where the souls of men are full of bread.