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2010-02-26 08:22 am (UTC)
Intriguing. I love that quality of astonishment, the great work too fine to have been missed till now, the intensity of the pleasure once discovered. The astonishment and the pleasure at each new iteration only grow more acute over time, and let us pray we never run out of newly-met cultural artefacts generative of both. You are a sure conduit of such; well met.
And I see too that John Gielgud once played the role; but first things first.
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