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Beach boy brings the X-factor

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“Hand there like fruit, my soul, Till the tree die” Cymbeline by Shakey

I’ll be honest- first time I’ve heard of this play. Looks interesting though, a play by his Shakeyness set in ancient Britian revolving around the king of the same name. 82 more words

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare's CYMBELINE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 5, Scene 5

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In front of King Cymbeline’s tent stood Cymbeline, Belarius (Morgan), Guiderius (Polydore), and Arviragus (Cadwal). Although Cymbeline did not know it, Polydore was his older son, Guiderius, and Cadwal was his younger son, Arviragus. 6,381 more words

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare's CYMBELINE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 5, Scene 4

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In an open area near the British camp stood Posthumus Leonatus and two jailors. Posthumus felt guilty because he believed that he had caused Imogen to die. 2,885 more words

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare's CYMBELINE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 5, Scene 3

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After the battle, Posthumus Leonatus, still wearing the clothing of a British peasant, met a British lord.

The lord asked him, “Have you come from the place where our soldiers have made a stand against the Romans?” 1,401 more words

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare's CYMBELINE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 4, Scenes 3-4

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In a room in Cymbeline’s palace stood King Cymbeline, some lords, Pisanio, and some attendants. The Queen was not present because she was very ill. 1,326 more words

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare's CYMBELINE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 4, Scene 2

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Belarius (Morgan) came out of the cave. With him were Guiderius (Polydore), Arviragus (Cadwal), and Imogen (Fidele). Everyone still thought that Imogen was the young man Fidele. 5,398 more words

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