Friday, April 14, 2006
Francis Heaney points out that 'The question of what would happen if poets and playwrights wrote works whose titles were anagrams of their names is one that has been insufficiently studied in the past'. No longer. Thank you, Mr Heaney, for this undeniably smartarse endeavour which made me laugh out loud at work twice. Particularly 'Anonymous' and 'Gwendolyn Brooks'
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