I'm new to this forum. A passage I've been trying to remember in vain, brought me here. IIRC, this is from either the Merchant of Venice or Hamlet, but I'm looking for this passage where one of the characters talks about how grief / misfortune when it befalls a person comes not as a sole incident but in multiples, or some such.
I'd confused that passage with Hamlet's soliloquy that goes "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune...". Any help locating this is appreciated.