Friday, March 13, 2009
I like the Shakespeare on the right. The one on the left is the one everybody is talking about these days. In the NEW YORKER magazine, Adam Gopnik puts forward the idea that maybe everyone should be talking about the portrait on the right instead. It was found in Canada. In it, says Gopnik, Shakespeare looks "like Dylan on the cover of 'New Morning,' a shaggy guy with a wry smile." I found a "link" to the article where I find all good things: Maud Newton's "web" site. You know, you should really just skip me and go straight there every day.