Yes, I know, it's another silly picture.
|Well, best intentions aside, I'm swamped with end of semester things that don't include Shuger. But, while writing a lecture on The Winter's Tale, I did come across this strangely germane ballad woodcut of misbehaving Puritans. Very inner life of Angelo. Note the empty speech bubble. Sort of like an early modern version of the New Yorker caption contest? Hint, hint?|
[UPDATE -- 5/6/06: I'll give the world a couple more days to send in captions, then post the winner next week sometime. Your prize? The respect of our readership. Can you really put a dollar amount on that? As of today, Hieronimo has the early lead...]