"Too many picture books and not enough words."
That's one way to describe my Amazon Wish List.* A particularly vigilant humanities enthusiast and BSD reader wants to change all that. Joseph would like to see me push aside the Warhol and Weegee and make a lil' room for the classics. I don't own much in the realm of literally ambition so I asked Joseph for his help. Where should I start? After first considering Milton and Donne, Joseph settled on the Bard himself. . . ALL of him. The Riverside Shakespeare, Second Edition has everything-upon-Avon you can think of, from sonnets to Titus Andronicus.
In case you're wondering, I chose the title for this post at random. It appears in Act 2, Scene 4 of Henry IV.
If you doubt my gravity-defying balancing abilities, yes, all I need is the tip:
*Don't get angry with Joseph. This is my own description. :-)