As You Like It

As I am writing this, I am waiting for my train to take me to Leeds to see the play tonight – taking my ehm – virginity as far as Bill’s work is concerned. I am a bit concerned I won’t understand the language – between the antiquated English and – the Yorkshire accent this production is using. As for the latter, one member of the audience a couple of months ago, left at half-time demanding a refund, at a town in Yorkshire. I won’t do that but have armed myself with several books on the play, starting a a children’s book, something about history of Elizabethan country folk life style and a critical analysis. And I bring my own research question re the quote


… see you on the other side for more info and reflection –

~ by Barbara S on May 18, 2022.

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