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2015 weeks! #12: pyjama time and other things

Sebastian has been doing woodwork this term and this is the result – a new dice box!

Temporarily felled by virus I spent Tuesday on the couch. 293 more words

"Wolf Hall" -- An Epic, But It Helps to Know Your English History

By Karen Isaacs

 While watching the two parts of Wolf Hall, I sighed in relief that I had spent my younger years fascinated by English history — particularly the Tudors and the Plantagenets.  1,059 more words

Reviews

5 Things I Love About the BBC adaptation of Wolf Hall

As I noted in my books by women roundup, I loved Wolf Hall and its sequel, Bring Up the Bodies. I had grown very skeptical about historical fiction, because I’ve read very little of it that had writing chops necessary to sell the historical research. 1,357 more words

Fiction

Wolf Hall - A Review - the Gospel In History

It is almost always the case that the film or TV series is never as good as the books or books on which they are based. 704 more words

England

Review: Wolf Hall (BBC TV Series)

Wolf Hall is the TV adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s books Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies, following the rise and fall of Anne Boleyn through the eyes of Thomas Cromwell. 576 more words

Television Series Review

Daily Quote: Perspective changes everything

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“The things you think are the disasters in your life are not  the disasters really. Almost anything can be turned around: out of every ditch, a path, if you can only see it.” 6 more words

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Anna Bolena, una questione di famiglia - di Hilary Mantel

Ecco una delle possibili traduzioni di Bring up the bodies di Hilary Mantel. Buon lavoro di confronto.

Le sue figlie vengono giù dal cielo. Le osserva in sella al cavallo, ettari ed ettari di Inghilterra alle spalle, ed eccole che piombano giù, le ali dorate, lo sguardo iniettato di sangue. 264 more words

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