What is it?
are, not is. stars are plural. stars is not singular.
unles their are many star in thee skies.
It’s an autobiography about Roth’s steamy and turbulent romance with Jeopardy host ,Alex Trebek, and their inevitable split. When Alex promised him the stars, Roth promised him his undying love.
It’s from a play. Here’s a link to three different actors saying that most famous line from the play:
Well, so I guess “Inglourious Basterds” is a movie title orthography fail…
And just in case you didn’t know: The title is a quote from Sean O’ Casey’s play “Juno and the Paycock” …”I ofen looked up at the sky an’ assed meself the question – what is the moon, what is the stars?”
yeah, that should prove that it’s always a fine thing, to have an Irishman around, me friends!
What is “the stars”
YEAH PLUS THERE’S NO MENTION OF DICKS ANYWHERE IN IT
Fairly certain this is a poetic device. Sophistication fail…
As already mentioned it’s a quote. A quote from a play by Seán O’ Casey moreover who was rather famous for adopting Dublin’s working class vernacular language in both, terms of grammar and spelling, which could of course be considered incorrect in comparison to Standard English.