William Shakespeare & Frank Harris

A Short Nonsense

Another Nonsense. Image; History

How many of you have heard of Frank Harris? One or two, good. Well, like me, Frank was a teller of nonsense of the first order — as you will know if you’ve read his brilliant My Life and Loves — and also like me, a very great writer. I first met him in 1907. I was travelling through Italy — not for the first time I might add — and found myself on the shores of Lake Como where Frank had…

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