Sunday, September 25, 2016

Shakespeare's The Tempfeminest


  1. Well, no matter what your subject, I always seem to find it interesting, except your Postmodern Academic Journal aticle, that just made me want to spit. What intrigues me about this particular Shakespearian theme is the typeset. Is it just my screen, or what?

    1. As I was always told as a cub when I asked about something, "It's there to make you ask why." Now that I think of it, my family may have been Zen masters.

  2. And I'm intrigued by Will's expression. He's mortified, and with good reason. Oh, modesty, decorum, will it make a comeback? Women have been sold such a silly piece of goods. Silly women, evil goods. Can there be any return to anything resembling authentic femininity once one has gone so far as to display themselves publicly? I'm not sure, but I tend to think not. It is a bridge too far perhaps. It's a pity, but I always feel more sorry for the children. Imagine one of these women being your mother.

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    1. The quote made it universal and I was too lazy to go into HTML and fix it.

  4. It is good to hear from the Bear regardless of the subject matter. He puts his special twist on it to make it entertaining. And when all else fails he knows that sex sells.


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