Dragaera and Shakespeare [Spoiler for POTD]

Thu Feb 20 14:48:33 PST 2003

Although Khaavren become meloncholy, I don't know if it's fair to say that's 
an aspect of his house, rather than him.

I'm not sure why you suggest that Hamlet was too fat to fence.  I don't 
recall that being part of the play, and it's certainly not indicated by the 
climactic scene.

>From: Philip Hart <philiph at SLAC.Stanford.EDU>
>To: Andrew Lias <anrwlias at hotmail.com>
>CC: dragaera at dragaera.info
>Subject: RE: Dragaera and Shakespeare [Spoiler for POTD]
>Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 14:41:14 -0800 (PST)
>I assigned Hamlet as a Tiassa above for his rapid intelligence and
>melancholy, in parallel with Khaavren.  Also both being too fat to fence
>like they used to.  Of course H is much more verbal than K.
>On Thu, 20 Feb 2003, Andrew Lias wrote:
> > >I think that Romeo and Juliet were Yendi and they
> > >lived happily ever after.
> >
> > Well, they were certainly *trying* to act like Yendi... just not very 
> >
> > Here's a tough one: Hamlet.
> >
> > I honestly can't decide.  A large part of it depends on your 
> > of his motives.
> >
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