All things Western and more.
Lol, no. Interesting though.
No, in fact, I didn't even know they had a name for vegans back then.
No I didn't. I wasn't fond of his poetry, either! Have a great day, Valerie
I did (I think). It was undoubtedly just one more reason that he was considered to be crazy by many.
The bird looks relieved.
Good for him!
No, I didn't!
I didn’t know that and had no idea that existed back then.
Heh. He does, doesn't he?
Who'd a thought. Right?
Your factoid for Thursday.
I thought so too. Especially since I'm a vegetarian:)
You have a great day too:)
Your Shelley factoid:)
Nope. Like another commentor said, I didn't know the word was used then.
No, I didn't!But I do now!All the best Jan
Golly gee! I'm so dumb! I didn't know that, either!
Tomato. Tomato:) I don't think the word itself was used but he followed the precepts of what we call vegans today.
PS Perhaps I should have worded that differently. He followed the precepts of veganism.
There ya go:)
Glad you found it interesting, Christine.
Dumb is definitely NOT an adjective that applies to you.
This was one thing I did not know about Percy Shelley.Did you know that his Heart is buried locally to me alongside his wife Mary and son Percy junior. His son had a Manor not far from where I live which is now a doctor's surgery.Yvonne.
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