And so it is that the plays attributed to Molière have been analyzed and found to be more like his other writing than like the writings of his contemporaries.
William Carlos Williams once wrote, “In summer, the song sings itself.” Isn’t that a lovely idea? It certainly captured my mood back in May as I danced around the proverbial maypole and looked over the vast expanse of the summer months blooming ahead . . .
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But was there ever a language in which the totality of a thing in its essence was communicated fully in words?
So what language did Adam and Eve speak in the Garden of Eden? This was a question of significant interest in the early modern period (around the 16th and 17th centuries).