Unconvinced enough to click on the link? Read just the opening stanzas as intoned by the 16th century's Sam Elliott:
In wayfarer's worlds out west was once a man,
A man I come not to bury, but to praise.
His name was Geoffrey Lebowski called, yet
Not called, excepting by his kin.
That which we call a knave by any other name
Might bowl just as sweet. Lebowski, then,
Did call himself 'the Knave', a name that I,
Your humble chorus, would not self-apply
In homelands mine; but, then, this Knave was one
It gets better and better in the parlance of another time. Read it, and then come to class prepared to discuss. Yes, it will be on the midterm. I won't tolerate any Donnys in my class asking "What happened in Act 2, Professor?"
[Thanks to everyone who sent this to me]