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Gazebo is my favourite word. Even ahead of the oddly onomatopoeic gorgeous. This partly arises from the way it pops up in favourite play of the blog, Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia. Here’s a picture of Rufus Sewell playing Septimus Hodge in the first production of the play. et ipse in Arcadia est, if you will.

“I’d push the lot of [them] over a cliff myself. Except the one in the wheelchair…”
[Can’t get enough Latin puns, classical scholars? Sign up for the apoplectic Tiny Letter here. There’s a properly great song in it this week. Even though it’s not by Nerd Bait.] Continue reading Gazebo

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