Tuesday, July 10, 2007

How many Nobel Prize winners have great legs?

Dave Lull points out this short piece on the durability of many of the winners of that big lollipop.

1 comment:

  1. The article ignores Kipling, Tagore, Shaw, O'Neill, Hesse, Camus, Pasternak, Steinbeck, and many others. It's a joke, right? How many have legs? Many many - is the correct answer.

    I can't imagine writing about the Nobel Prize for Literature and limiting my attention to Eliot, Yeats, Heaney, Buck and Galsworthy.

    Eve de Harben was right, huh?