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The Serpent of Venice - Christopher Moore (Book Review)

Title – The Serpent of Venice

Author – Christopher Moore

Source – Scottsdale City Library

Summary -

Venice, a long time ago, three prominent men lure their dinner guest, the diminutive Fool Pocket, an ambassador sent from England, to a dungeon with the promise of wine and loose women. 642 more words

Book Reviews

Othello [ESTJ]

Dominant Te: Othello expresses his feelings and desires best through action. Though the audience does not get to witness it, Othello is clearly organized and task oriented enough to work his way up through the ranks of the Venetian military. 573 more words


Edward William Sharp

I thought I would write about Edward William Sharp today, known to the family as Uncle Ed.  He has a tender, yet thorny, position in the family. 1,076 more words

Condensed Shakespeare: Othello

Iago: Yo, Othello, my main man, I need to tell you something.

Othello:  What’s up, Iago, my bestsest bud.

Iago:  You notice anything weird about your wife? 42 more words


Poets and their visions 32: Shakespeare 2 – Questions of identity

Having looked at the heroines of two of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, I thought of considering another couple from the great tragedies. I refer here to what is commonly seen as his most remarkable works, the five tragedies that between them span the different ages of man. 2,415 more words

Poets And Their Visions

A Desperate Romance Part 1

  1. A Desperate Romance (Conversation between Petrarch and Shakespeare)

    I’m looking for a girl,
    Have you seen her?
    Who, Desdemona?
    No, a Babylonian bronze,
    Her breasts rich and gold.

  2. 215 more words

A Binge! Shakespeare on Facebook

Most of my thoughts about my experience ended up on Facebook while I was reading the complete works of William Shakespeare from 2011 to 2013. 24 more words

William Shakespeare