Yours for just £100,000: Rare first edition of The Great Gatsby complete with scribblings by the author goes up for auction | Mail Online
Gregory Alan Bolcer stashed this in All the world's a stage
Funny how things work out.
toadspittle of straightdope.com summarizes it as this:
ACT 1: Introduce your protagonist ACT 2: Get your protagonist stuck up a tree ACT 3: Get your protagonist out of the tree
"Y'all call it a moment, I call it life."
How many of the youth, promise, and despair crowd would truly appreciate an expensively signed copy?
Very few people would appreciate it.
That description of art -- and life -- is right on.