I've been reading "Getting Even" by Woody Allen and I came across two parts that I don't understand.
The first one.
I googled and found out that BB is a type of gun so does it mean that he just wanted to shoot at a teddy bear?
The work proceeded apace, and in a mere two afternoons - with time out for dozing and trying to get the two little BBs into the eyes of the bear - I had completed the philosophical work that I am hoping will not be uncovered until after my death (...).
Here's the one that gives me more trouble.
I realize it's kind of word play but I don't get it which is really frustrating becasue I understand what words "the just" and "the crust" mean... Could you explain what Woody Allen means by this? Mind that English is not my native language so some things may not be obvious for me.
What, then, is "beautiful"? The merging of harmony with the just, or the merging of harmony with something that just sounds like "the just"? Possibly harmony should have been merged with "the crust" and this is what's been giving us our trouble. Truth, to be sure, is beauty - or "the necessary." That is, what is good or possessing the qualities of "the good" results in "truth." If it doesn't, you can bet the thing is not beautiful, although it may still be waterproof. I am beginning to think I was right in the first place and that everything should be merged with the crust.
Thank you for any help.
EDIT: Thanks a lot for your helpful answers! It's clear now :)