“How well he’s read, to reason against reading!” Love’s Labours Lost, good ol’ Bill. There was a time that this was true. That arguing against a well read person, someone who has studied and become knowledgeable about the subject, would be unthought of. It’d be mad! Now, well, experts are being frowned upon. Science and…… Continue reading Shakespeare Sunday | 130817
Shakespeare was writing in the time scientific time of taxonomy, where things are compared to one another to create their own classification. So this declaration from Kent to Oswald would be typical of an Earl's education. This could have given away his disguise, as he was dressed as Caius in A1 S4, and a peasant wouldn't have been as educated.
I hate to admit it, but I've not actually read Hamlet. I know, how can I call myself a Shakespeare fan? It's on my to read list.
The simple fact that if you put nothing in, a whole lot of nothing will come back out. At the moment that relates to two things for me; job hunting, and this blog.
"Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind" from my favourite 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.