Nationalists against radicals against Madrid. The harbour authorities took the chance to send the Fools, now without protection, far away. Suddenly, all the reasons for detaining the ship evaporated. Regrettably, by impeding the ship to sail to make money, they impeded the ship, without money, to sail. Hard to leave. The Fools greatly succeed in engaging the harbour district.
To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. Basing the work on a 15th-century moral allegory, the distinguished short story writer drew on her impressions of her first trans-Atlantic voyage in the early 's for an analogy with our own times. Though it provoked controversy among the critics, the novel had the full approval of our reviewer, Mark Schorer: ''Her perfectly poised ironical intelligence is constant and in complete authority. As in any great work of art, something larger is in the air and we know we are in another ship as well, another voyage, sailing to another harbor.
This was inspired by my discovery that sixteen different songs with that exact title have been written and performed by major rock, punk, folk and pop artists between and today, and that several of these songs are remarkably good. How is it possible that a fairly obscure literary metaphor would inspire so many different songs? What makes the idea of a ship of fools so relevant to modern songwriters, and how do each of their songs imagine the idea? I will examine each song in detail below in search of an answer.
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