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Dreaming. Maya. Illusion

“And as imagination bodies forth
The forms of things unknown, the poet’s pen
Turns them to shapes and gives to airy nothing
A local habitation and a name.” 246 mais palavras

Soul Centered

Henry V (act IV scene iii)

‘What’s he that wishes so?
My cousin, Westmoreland? No, my fair cousin;
If we are mark’d to die, we are enow
To do our country loss; and if to live, 405 mais palavras

History

Appoggiatura and Logorrhea No. 4, Autobiographical

When people find out my home is located in the American West the response is often one of equal parts prejudice and curiosity: Really? Oh? So . 484 mais palavras

Autobiographical

Shakespeare's Works in Progress

If you followed me on Instagram at all in 2014, you probably noticed that I was reading through all of Shakespeare’s Works. I am happy to say that I completed that goal in November, almost exactly a year after I started(with the exception of The Two Noble Kinsmen, which was not included in the edition I was using). 434 mais palavras

Actor

English 10: Julius Caesar Test and the JC Rough Draft

We turned in our Act 1-5 reading guides stapled, in order, to our Brutus/Antony funeral orations first. We then took the 50 question Julius Caesar… 44 mais palavras

English 10

Wading through the elitist BS

One of my favorite news sites posted an article by Ryan Boudinot, an ex-MFA (Master of Fine Arts) teacher, about writing students. The article is an incredibly good example of both clickbait and elitist BS. 964 mais palavras

Writing

blablablaandgabbler republicou isto em Further Annotations e comentou:

'You know who else never read The Great Gatsby? Charles Dickens. William Shakespeare. Oscar Wilde. William Blake. Lord Byron. True, those are all famous authors and poets who died before Fitzgerald wrote Gatsby, but my point is that you can’t claim someone is incapable of becoming a writer if they haven’t read any one specific book. You also can’t deride them for thinking of “the classics” as a single monolithic thing out of one side of your mouth, then deride everyone who hasn’t read and enjoyed the exact same books as you out of the other.'

Light Up the Night This Weekend with LANTERNS! at Wildwood

Don’t miss THE MOON! at this year’s LANTERNS! Festival March 6 – 8. You can check out our giant moon balloon, delight in a moon-pie, and sip on a Blue Moon beer.  464 mais palavras

History