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Dibbeth upon this. --[[User:Brother Arfrus|Brother Arfrus]] 08:14, 29 Jun 2005 (EDT)
 
Dibbeth upon this. --[[User:Brother Arfrus|Brother Arfrus]] 08:14, 29 Jun 2005 (EDT)
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Preliminary notes
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'''''Gimlet''''' is a play written about -167 [[EC]] by M. Peershakes (b. -204 [[EC]], d. -152 [[EC]]).  In his day, Peershakes was a noted scribbler and versifier. 
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Productions of ''Gimlet'' are a perennial favorite among the [[Amphitheatre aristocracy]].
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The story of Gimlet, a prince of [[Iganefta|Iganefta-on-the-Sea]], who undergoes a series of screwball adventures with his two pals, Rocky and Guido is the basis for the play.  Their adventures include
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It was a scandal in its day for purportedly revealing secrets of the "Skull and Clown Society" at [[Bute University]].  But there is little
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'''Citations:''' [[Amphitheatre aristocracy]], [[wive's tale]], Peershakes

Revision as of 15:32, 29 June 2005

Dibbeth upon this. --Brother Arfrus 08:14, 29 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Preliminary notes

Gimlet is a play written about -167 EC by M. Peershakes (b. -204 EC, d. -152 EC). In his day, Peershakes was a noted scribbler and versifier.

Productions of Gimlet are a perennial favorite among the Amphitheatre aristocracy.

The story of Gimlet, a prince of Iganefta-on-the-Sea, who undergoes a series of screwball adventures with his two pals, Rocky and Guido is the basis for the play. Their adventures include

It was a scandal in its day for purportedly revealing secrets of the "Skull and Clown Society" at Bute University. But there is little

Citations: Amphitheatre aristocracy, wive's tale, Peershakes

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