The Dull Revolution continues apace — all right, a slow pace, but that’s just what it ought to be. No need to hurry. There’s always time to be dull. Thank you, perspicacious pal, for taking the time to leave a review. I raise my glass to you!
A recipe for being dull: “…that perfect Tranquillity of Life, which is no where to be found, but in retreat, a faithful Friend and a good Library…” Surely one might add a distinctive beverage as well? My editor informs me that ‘gin’ appears my manuscript no less than 75 times. So, not on every pageContinue reading “Behn: Dull”
He is not only dull in himself, but the cause of dullness in others. Samuel Foote Samuel Foote (January 1720 – 21 October 1777) was a British dramatist, actor and theatre manager from Cornwall. He was known for his comedic acting and writing, and for turning the loss of a leg in a riding accidentContinue reading “Foote: Dull”