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Sunday, March 05, 2006

Typo of the week

Grading midterms (and bear in mind that these are in-class midterms, so we can't blame spellcheck), I just came across a reference to that famous Shakespearian character, Skylark.

You know: the one who demanded that pound of flesh? Yeah, him.

link | posted by La Lecturess at 3:25 PM |


Blogger Bardiac commented at 7:28 AM~  

That must be one of those new age versions :)

My very favorite Shakespeare exam answer was to the short ID date 1603 (as in, what happened): Queen Elizabeth died and Queen James came to the throne.

Blogger Yr. Hmbl. & Obdt. commented at 1:11 PM~  

Hail to thee, blithe Hebrew!
Prick'd thou never wert!

(But if you were, you'd bleed.)

Blogger Black Sheepish commented at 9:14 AM~  

There's a joke here somewhere about a Buick and Shakespeare... just can't quite put my finger on it.

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