Hell hath no fury an interpreted line based on a quotation from the 1697 play the mourning bride by william congreve hell hath no fury a 2008 novel by david weber and linda evans hell hath no fury a 1953 crime novel by charles williams. No one will have a greater wrath or vengeance than this type of person when they have been wronged a hyperbolic and often humorous play on the phrase hell hath no fury like a woman scorned in which any person demographic or profession may be substituted for woman. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned no one will have a greater wrath or vengeance than a woman when she has been wronged most men find out the hard way that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned see also fury hath hell like no scorn woman hell hath no fury like a woman scorned prov there is nothing as unpleasant as a woman who has been . An abbreviated yet famous line coined by william congreve 1670 1729an english playwright and poet the entire quote reads heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned nor hell a fury like a woman scorned spoken by perez in act 3 scene 2 the mourning bride 1697 contemporary usage of the phrase hell hath no fury refers to the pinnacle of anger that has been attained by a jilted broad. The title comes from the phrase hell hath no fury like a woman scorned which itself is a paraphrase from a line in william congreves 1697 play the mourning bride in which the original line is heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned nor hell a fury like a woman scorned see more
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