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Comedy of Terrors

“Madness in great ones must not unwatch’d go.” Hamlet, act 3, sc. 1   While “misery acquaints a man with strange bed-fellows”(1), the FBI looks for strange bed-fellows to increase their misery – in the name of the war on … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, George Carlin & the Hopelessness of Presidential Elections

“Hopeless and helpless doth Aegeon wend, But to procrastinate his lifeless end” (Comedy Of Errors, act 1, sc. 1) Comments. What is most extraordinary (about the presidential elections) is the incredible success of the propaganda machine. And the consequent belief, … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on the Unbelievable, Were it not True

“Or sleep I now and think I hear all this? What error drives our eyes and ears amiss?” (Comedy of Errors, act 2, sc. 2) Comments.  Unbelievable! This, I am pretty sure, will be the reaction of viewers of this … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and Illusions on the Improvements of Society

“And here we wander in illusions; Some blessed power deliver us from hence.” (Comedy of Errors, act 4, sc. 3) Comments. The so-called social media is filled with information about the political and social issues of the moment. Wars running … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, on Hair Loss, Baldness and Positive Thinking

ANTIPHOLUS of Syracuse. Why is Time such a niggard of hair, being, as it is, so plentiful an excrement? DROMIO of Syracuse. Because it is a blessing that time bestows on beasts; and what he has scanted men in hair, … Continue reading

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