What’s with Venice?

One thing WordPress does is it gives you these daily statistics for how many people stop by your blog, and which pages they go to. So, looking at my stats, it appears as though at least 90% of the traffic through here is to that post I made some time back about The Merchant of Venice and why the Bassanio/Portia story is actually the main plot and the Antonio/Shylock story is only the subplot.

And I’m really wondering why. Is there something in that post that’s hitting a lot of websearch keywords or something? Is there something I ought to be learning from it?

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1 Response to What’s with Venice?

  1. Search engines work bizarrely nowadays, but also you never know what people might be interested in. Not much to do about it, probably, except enjoy the added traffic.


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