What’s past is prologue – William Shakespeare in The Tempest
This quote was included in the book I’m reviewing next: Angel’s Share – the latest Ellen Crosby Wine Country Mystery.
Crabapples are blooming – we hope winter is behind us. We wish the pandemic was.
But Shakespeare – or Francis Bacon – whatever one believes about this controversy – is correct.
We do seem doomed to repeat past mistakes – but also to be reassured by the fact that the season -, or perhaps even polyester leisure suits – will inevitably return to reassure or haunt us.