This one was a tricky one to read, and took me a couple tries to really get, if only because there was so much dialogue and so many contrary moments. I'd also never heard of this play, so I didn't have a basis to fall back on and get a gist. I think this is … Continue reading “Timon of Athens,” from The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works, by W. Shakespeare
I wish I could say that I'd been doing a helluva lot of good work on job searching and getting my ducks in a row. Probably the best thing I did was sign up for a couple of online courses on technical writing and communication. Otherwise, I lived in a wooooorld of pure pro-cras-ti-na-tion (cue the Gene Wilder/Willy Wonka parody).