[Northkeep] Talk Like Shakespeare Day
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Fri Apr 23 11:39:54 PDT 2010
The feast of St. George, also celebrated by common fiat as the natal day of William Shakespeare, and without doubt the sad self-same mark upon the calendar when breathed he his last words, shall be knowne (by command of the Lord Mayor of the city of the Illini-on-the-Lake, knowne also as "Chicago") as
"Talk Like Shakespeare Day."
Verily was Avon's son the first among: "The best actors in the world, either for tragedy, comedy, history, pastoral, pastoral-comical, historical-pastoral, tragical-historical, tragical-comical-historical-pastoral; scene individable, or poem unlimited." (Hamlet, Act II, Scene 2)
Though three centuries, four-score and fourteen years have run since his pen fell dry, he has still volumes to say to us. Therefore: clap-to, friends, and loose thy tongues with speech such as this age is much short of!
Honest, Your Honor, I was just polishing my English degree when it went off . . .
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