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Intertextuality: Wednesday Workshop


Intertextuality is the dialog that takes place between texts or as Merriam-Webster explains it: “the complex interrelationship between a text and other texts taken as a basic to the creation or interpretation of the text.” 806 more words


Anna Tikhomirova Анна Тихомирова

Anna Tikhomirova Анна Тихомирова (Bolshoi Ballet), “Don Quixote”, 2012 Dance Open Ballet Festival, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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History of Literature #83 - Overrated! Top 10 Books You Don't Need to Read

Life is short, and books are many. How many great books have you read? How many more have you NOT read? How to choose? Mike Palindrome, President of the Literature Supporters Club, joins Jacke for a discussion of overrated classics and the pleasures of shortening one’s list of must-reads. 163 more words


The white rabbit objective

Note: I’m taking the day off, so I’m republishing a piece from earlier in this blog’s run. This post originally appeared, in a slightly different form, on November 24, 2015. 1,099 more words


The New Abnormal

Normally I wouldn’t blog twice in a week.

It feels a little self-indulgent, a little bit like posting selfies.

But sometimes extenuating circumstances force a writer-at-heart to be intellectually impulsive, and lend his two cents to an issue which simply cannot be ignored. 1,534 more words

Shakesmarleton Lives! UK Premiere of Shakespeare Comes to Twickenham

UK Premiere of Shakespeare Comes to Twickenham

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Mary Wallace Theatre, Twickenham, 18th to 25th March.

Preview by Mark Aspen  1,302 more words