Posted by Amy on September 07, 1997 at 19:32:49:
Barbara, I was checking out your links again. So much there, not like normal websuring, when you bounce from one page to the next, alloting 20 seconds each.
The Byron poem you cite as the one recited just before Anne's great line about too much poetry being unsafe? I can't find the part he quotes. Guess my 15-20 viewings of Persuasion isn't quite enough for me. Or is it a different poem in the book?
Also, I don't know if you consider it too far afield for your companion page, but I think it is hilarious that so many of us always read the Shakespear sonnet, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day..."
in the exact same wrong way as Cher in "Clueless." I especially LedOL at Arnessa's post on the Emma board some months ago, entitled, "You mean it's NOT 'darling buds of May?'"
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