The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1629 Monday, 18 August 2003
Date: Saturday, 16 Aug 2003 16:24:33 -0500
This appeared on the "plays and playwrights" list:
"Timon is too often played as an old man, which is one of the reasons so
many people think the play doesn't work. Timon makes sense only if he
is a young man, perhaps 10 years older than Romeo & Juliet, both in my
opinion, and the opinion of just about any expert who likes the play."
Is this true? The bit about the experts?
U. of Arkansas
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