In 1564, Shakespearean judgments on Keynesian legislation, Shakespear Versus Keynes reveals that winning never multiplies from wasting, that affluence is not accrued from effluence, that profit is no fruit of prodigality, that thrift befits a thriver more than losses of lavishment, and that owners are more procreant than the disowners taxing them. Each judgment is a couplet in compact pentameter. No slackness is allowed.
As a work of English literature this audiobook should be gauged by Shakespearean measures. A voice of resolute vociferation is required to speak these couplets well.