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Act 4.3 A scene of Mirrors. Macbeth.

Act 4.3 is the longest scene in Macbeth and seems to abruptly halt the dramatic flow of the play.  We have seen fast-paced murder and await revelation and retribution.   70 more words

The world is mine oyster

When it comes to interior design at Traditions Home, the possibilities are as endless as the drops of rain that fall upon the ocean, as the golden rays of sun that warm our hearts in Summer. 180 more words

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Wyrd Sisters - Terry Pratchett

A Bit About the Book:

Wyrd Sisters tells the tale of three witches, and their endeavors to keep their land safe from a mad king, avenge a fallen monarch, and find true love (for one of them at least), all while steadfastly insisting that they do not meddle in politics. 452 more words


This is your brain on Shakespeare

I’m 21 plays into my year of reading Shakespeare. But each time I crack into a new play, the process is the same:

I run through the Persons of the Play only to instantly forget who’s the daughter of which duke and which servant is attending on which lord’s uncle’s clown. 837 more words


Shakespeare's Comedies in Colonial America

When we look at the history of Shakespeare in America the preference for his classic tragedies is obvious. Romeo and Juliet and Richard III are two of the three most-performed plays of the 18th century (George Farquhar’s… 786 more words

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Uses of this World: Chapter 6

Denmark 1926. The world is on a powder keg, the old world is in conflict with the new, still recovering from World War I. Jazz and flappers. 3,158 more words


"yet none knows well..."

Sonnet #129

The expense of spirit in a waste of shame
Is lust in action; and till action, lust
Is perjured, murderous, bloody, full of blame, 88 more words