Saturday, April 02, 2005

"He is in the restless gap between deciding to do something and doing it. In thinking about his need to choose, he enacts in his own mind the conspiracy and the revolt that will happen in a larger scale in the real world. This is a poetry of double crisis, personal and national."(Guardian Unlimited |The evil that men do by Frank Kermode)


"It is Hamlet[base ']s duty, then, and that of all contemporary intellectuals, to think therefore to imagine, at risk of being thought mad, beyond consensus to sustain the production of ideas and history, the moral ingredient of thoughtful exchange, and to prevent the alternative, that is, the fate of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern."(M/C Journal | Schools of Thought The Madness of Consensus by Carra Leah Hood )


:: note :: . . . scottish play work on monday . . . a filleted version . . .