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Moscow Becomes French (Briefly)

Historical causation, the freewill/determinism dilemma, and the authority of scripture are just a few of the heavy topics we covered in the last set of readings. 879 mais palavras


A Short Analysis of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 71: ‘No longer mourn for me when I am dead’

A reading of a classic Shakespeare sonnet

No longer mourn for me when I am dead’ is one of the most widely anthologised sonnets by Shakespeare. 863 mais palavras


Hamlet - Act I, Scene V

This week’s header comic is by Kate Beaton, of Hark, a Vargrant! who is wonderful and I recommend you check out right now.

Now they’re alone, Hamlet demands to know just what the ghost is playing at and it reveals itself to be his father…or so he says. 649 mais palavras


Quote of the Week: 25 September

GR Elton, A History of England:  England Under The Tudors (The Folio Society:  London, 1997)

If there was ever a knockout blow in the ebooks vs. 400 mais palavras

William Shakespeare

Everybody knows the name Othello. Othello is a Shakespearean play written in 1603. It is about a young man named Othello, who is the Moore of a town named Venice. 86 mais palavras

The Howard - Theater Review "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Hartford Stage

Theater Review by Howard Steven Frydman
Production:               A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
Theater:                      The Hartford Stage
Written by:                William Shakespeare
Director:                     Darko Tresnjak

Between day and night, when day is beginning to lower- 1.421 mais palavras