As the co-director and title character of Worcester Shakespeare Company's production of "Hamlet," he's taken a fascinating detour from the usual portrait of fulsome acridity
and tormented remorse in favor of a more cerebrally nuanced and emotionally disciplined interpretation of Shakespeare's most famous creation.
The bold surprises of irregular rhyme effects may remind one of certain turns of verse in Emily Dickinson, whom Soomets also resembles by the powerful persuasiveness of soaring associations (otherwise, by her frequent acridity
Soomets stands closer to Sylvia Plath, but is more joyous).
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factors in cocoyam.
for I must know the source of this acrimonious acridity
2] in the case of taro [Sunell and Healey 1979]), which is a probable cause of their acridity
I smell one, and there is a faint but distinct acridity
coming off the barrel, something like turpentine.