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A Complete Dummies Guide To Conversing Spirits & What You Should Know!


Do they truly exist? Of course they do. You may not believe it, you may not understand it but it is a reality. For those whose ignorance cannot go beyond reason & rational debate look & learn! 37 more words

Non-Review Review: Macbeth

Justin Kurzel understands Macbeth.

A lot of Shakespeare’s work is viewed through the lens of cultural importance, and quite rightly. His plays codified a phenomenal amount of the English language in use today, incorporation and amalgamating words and phrases that people use without even thinking. 1,005 more words


Let me not to the marriage of true minds

Let me not to the marriage of true minds 

Admit impediments. Love is not love

Which alters when it alteration finds,

Or bends with the remover to remove:

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Shakespeare in the classroom: What's the teacher's role?

By Aleksander Zywicki

This past July, I had the great fortune of attending the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Summer Academy in Washington, D.C.

There, I attended lectures given by master teachers and scholars; I played the part of the Ghost in a performance of Act One of… 785 more words


Reviews of Richard III and Henry V

Here are two reviews of productions in London and Stratford-upon-Avon: Richard III and Henry V.

Shakespeare, Scripture, and 'All the world's a stage'

Shakespeare has been appearing on my radar a lot lately. I recently drove past a billboard with his portrait saying “Shakespeare—words never had it so good”. 475 more words

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SONNET 130 by William Shakespeare

For all of you Shakesy fans, fasten your seat belt.

My mistress eyes are nothing lie the sun,
Coral is far more red than her lips red, 162 more words