What light from yonder window breaks 'tis the moon and Juliet is the sun.
A well known line from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, but why do we remember it? In fact why do we remember any of his famous lines?
Cunk on Shakespeare
I suppose part of the reason is because of programmes like Cunk, played by Diane Morgan, which is a docucomedy about the bard. Almost from the moment he died people were talking about his plays and that has been happening ever since. I like to think that one of the reasons he has staying power is that his plays were seen by all classes of people. Therefore there is more universal appeal.
In my defence I write for anyone and everyone who reads and if my logic has wings I will be celebrated 400 years hence!!!!