Re: 3rd Murderer in Macbeth
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0073 Thursday, 13 January 2000.
From: Judith Matthews Craig <
Date: Wednesday, 12 Jan 2000 16:10:04 -0600
Subject: 11.0062 Re: 3rd Murderer in Macbeth
Comment: Re: SHK 11.0062 Re: 3rd Murderer in Macbeth
Mike Jensen writes:
<I'll leave it to Sean to defend himself if he wishes, but his <comments
<were either absurdly misread, or considered through a <very regid and
<insinsitive world view.
I guess my "regid" and "insinsitive world view" got in the way of a
close interpretation of the merits of NYPB Blue. I had to divest myself
of two setup drilling deals, hire three lawyers, and arrange for my part
of the family estate to be liquidated. Sorry, I just didn't have time
to check the spelling either.
<the fact that one can make a
<confession without propitiation seems rather important to <the idea of
<drama as a sort of inactive catharsis.
Indeedy, Sean, Tom Reedy, or Claudius . . . .
Terence Hawkes writes:
<What on earth makes you think that Marx denied religion <a central role
<in capitalist society? I recall that he made quite a <precise analysis
<of its function in that fervent, god-fearing context. Words <like
<and 'people' come to mind.
I don't know, Ter, I just thought I did not like this thought and never
studied Marx thereafter . . . succinctly put, I studied another book
that seemed more relevant to gentle Will than t'other.