|Parts seem to be very much of the zeitgeist right now, along with knotted scarves worn indoors, chorizo, and, bafflingly, Leona Lewis. So I thought I'd propose reading Stern and Palfrey's Shakespeare in Parts. I'm not a drama person; certainly no Shakespeare nut. Heaven forbid. But it seems like it has lots of implications for all kinds of work. So: anyone like to join me on the dance floor of scholarship? If so, I'll set a date by which I'll have read said tome, and encourage some unbuttoned critique.|
Right: to lunch.