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Week 15: The Comedy of Errors

Play: The Comedy of Errors
Last Read: Prior to January 2013

Structure:
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Let’s get this out of the way: It’s formulaic. Let’s also get this out of the way:  1,087 more words

Population of Rome Never Reached a Million Before 20th Century

I’ve often heard claims bandied about (even by Ian Morris, typically an advocate for rather low population estimates for pre-modern Near Eastern and Chinese cities) that in the 1st century BC, the population of the city of Rome reached one million. 281 more words

Biblical Geography

FUCK IT ALL

I seem to attract negative energy, Murphy’s Law! My life has become a Comedy of Errors, and It’s not getting any better. I’m really beginning to get  quote fearful for the future. 33 more words

Episode 70: William Faulkner, As I Lay Dying

Hey, have you heard of this William Faulkner fellow? Turns out he’s kind of a big deal. If you’ve been waiting to dive in and read (or re-read) Faulkner’s… 229 more words

Episodes

A New Project - Update

What started off as a bit of a comedy of errors actually turned out to be a very satisfying first show. It was no coincidence that I chose Author Janice Ross as my first guest. 258 more words

General

Boston Theatre: Comedy of Errors

Actors’ Shakespeare Project is putting on a circus-themed production of Shakespeare’s (arguably) earliest play at the Brighton High School auditorium, now through October 19th.

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Theatre

Summary of Henri Pirenne's Mohammed and Charlemagne, Chapter I

A few days ago, I heard about Henri Pirenne’s book Mohammed and Charlemagne, which I will summarize below, as I’m reading the book so you don’t have to. 764 more words

Comedy Of Errors