|The winter of our discontent|
By Will Maines
WHEN WILLIAM Shakespeare opened “Richard III,” a play he wrote in 1594, with the line, “Now is the winter of our discontent,” I’m quite sure he was not talking about the nefarious King Richard III, subject of the play, as many historians contend, nor the “sun of York” during a Yorkshire winter.
No, I contend the Bard of Avon had been doing some time traveling and was talking instead about the cruelties of a long, cold winter in north Wisconsin during the years 2013-’14.I think, looking at what we have suffered through for
|Tuesday, March 11, 2014 1:18 PM|