Tuesday, October 18, 2005
~ sluices of joy ... sorrow in the human heart ~
Spendid period phrasing such as,
"Indeed, it has rarely been our fortune to hear Shakespeare so mangled by any actor as it was on this occasion."
and, in an amusingly snobbish misunderstanding of the rôle of Trinculo, where the critic
" ... must caution this actor against his coarse tricks, which savour more of a sawdust arena than of the boards of a theatre-royal."
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