I see you have rated for Willy Shakes.Myles is right about THE GAME.*high brow sniff*~
Myles refers to Leonardo as "da Vinci." I suspect he's either a charwoman, a mealworm, or a Cambridge man.I was more interested to see that the mid-century lower-middlebrow man's taste in furniture ran towards electric chair.
Sniffier: In the end, the truest thing one can say about Shakespeare's detractors has already been said by Kingsley Amis in The King's English, namely, "To say or imply that the man of this name is not our greatest writer marks a second-rate person at best."Mr. Amis, however, was middle class.
There's a second thread there on the same theme.
I like the honest-to-goodness albums, but I never would have thought of “Have a Holy Jolly Christmas” as highbrow. just about knocked me off my chair. I love whoever that is forever. Captcha adds "almen".
Myles is back in the thread!
Shakespeare is all fine and good, but it's best to read him in the original Greek.
That's some quality contrarian trolling.I rate for Ben Jonson and Christopher Marlowe. And the Revenger's Tragedy, of course (the film has not been screened in NZ, chiz chiz).
I rate for Ben Jonson and Christopher MarloweI count TWO playwrights there when the world clearly forces us all to like only one, Mr. Shakespeare.Choose your sole supplier of woodcuts AT ONCE.
I count TWO playwrights thereAll. One. Guy.And you'll get my Bellmer etchings off me when you take them from my cold, dead, balljoint-articulated hands.
Choose your sole supplier of woodcuts AT ONCE.I choose TREES. Intermediaries may vary.
More specifically, emo trees.I suspect he's either a charwoman, a mealworm, or a Cambridge man.Good high-brow put-down.
Sapient Pear wood makes the best woodcuts though it can come with emotional luggage.
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