Today I am paying for my days that were supposed to be quiet.
Is there anyone here who *enjoys* migraines? This one needs a good home. It is not fair on the poor creature to have to put up with my whingeing....
Printed in London by Richarde Ihones "and are to be solde ouer agaynst Saint Sepulchres Church, without Newgate." 1578
"The Right Excellent and famous Historye, of Promos and Cassandra; Deuided into two Commicall Discourses. In the fyrste parte is showne, the vnsufferable abuse, of a lewde Magistrate: The vertuous behauiours of a chaste ladye: The vncontrowled leawdenes of a fauored Curtisan. And the vndeserued etimation of a pernicious Parasyte. In the second parte is discoursed, the perfect magnanimitye of a noble kinge, in checking vice and fauouring Vertue: Wherein is showne, the Ruyne and ouerthrowe, of dishonest practises: with the aduauncement of vpright dealing. The worke of George Whetstones Gent."
You wouldn't believe how relieved I was to find that this play about a lewde Magistrate and a Curtisan and a pernicious Parasyte was written by a Gentleman. I wonder how it would read as a fantasy novel - a bit Kushner, I would thnk?
PS I can stop panicking about being on so many panels at Continuum. The program is having its inevitable last-minute changes and it looks as if my Sunday morning may be suddenly less onerous.