Ptarmigan

a grouse with completely feathered feet

3/10/2005

Not surprisingly, they give us Shakespeare at his most Gothed-out, which is to say his most existential. Or at least what I call existential, where it's all about risky undertakings weighed against heaven's displeasure and the nearness of death and bats.


David Larsen guest- and book-blogging on Romance of the Forest by Anne Radcliffe.

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