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Date: Aug 29, 2008 21:14
.... The proliferation of skulls and the communing of bodies in interlarded, undifferentiated graves is indeed a major concern of this play, and here I use the term "interlarded" intentionally, for its derivation from "enlarded" hearkens back to its physiological and rhetoric origins as both a swelling, corpulent body and bombastic rhetoric, a "verbal stuffing."  As Patricia Parker notes, ...