Re: What are you reading these days?
A while back I saw that T.S. Eliot considered Shakespeare's Coriolanus
to be superior to Hamlet
. So I read Coriolanus
. Then I read some Eliot and I remembered how much I like his FOUR QUARTETS
. That link goes to a pdf I put together. On the first page there's a link that goes to Eliot reading the poem. You can right click that and open the recording in a separate window, then scroll down and follow the words. The piece meanders and sounds like word salad most of the time, but it's a great one.