Thursday, September 09, 2010

Cover Story 0012 - A divine comedy

(A) Divine Comedy

Gargantua and Pantagruel

waiting for Godot


  1. I dread to think what they will do when he arrives!

  2. It might be A Comedy of Errors and Much ado about nothing.

  3. As explained elsewhere I no longer keep books, but to play this game I think I may go into the library and leave this little pile on a table and see if anyone notices:

    The Creation of Life (Scott)
    On the Origin of Species (Darwin)
    The Bible
    The Koran
    War of the Worlds (Wells)
    Paradise Lost (Milton)

    Even if only to put myself in more celebrated company than I am used to.

  4. Jams,
    that's the question, hm?

    or, perhaps, henceforth they will be (sic) in search of lost time.

    why would I come to think of that a lady (Colette?) who is said to once (basically) having said: 'A woman who wants to become like a man, lacks of ambition'?