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Perhaps most typical is Dirk Delabastita's contribution, 'More Alternative Shakespeares'; it is 'trenchant, challenging and somewhat chastening', as Stanley Wells says in his generous and keen-sighted foreword, where he also speaks of the 'absorption of Shakespeare into the bloodstream of European civilization' (p.
A few keen-sighted people have reported glimpsing the crescent phase without optical aid.
This is because the keen-sighted can usually make out six or seven stars with the naked eye.
With the keen-sighted instruments available today, however, the dust trails are coming into sharper focus, opening the way to finding and characterizing the properties of hundreds of planets beyond the solar system.
They had little to say about the environment, even though keen-sighted visionaries like Dr.