Shakespeare in the Future

“Still, all balanced against all, the works to which I refer make demands of those who would appreciate them. The metaphors sometimes span two or three abstractions; the perorations are directed to unknown agencies, the language is archaic and ambiguous….In spite of all, the works exhale a peculiar fervor.”   (Jack Vance)

Frank Stella , Had Gadya (back cover) 1982-4

Frank Stella , Had Gadya (back cover) 1982-4

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