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Schrödinger's Cat

So, I was here watching Schrödinger’s cat,
Now it’s both dead and alive:
How it has managed this, I do not know.
Somehow, though, it did contrive… 51 more words

Original Poems

David Bruce: William Shakespeare's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 1, Scene 2

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Portia and her waiting-gentlewoman, Nerissa, who was her companion and confidante, talked together in a room of Portia’s house in Belmont.

“Truly, Nerissa, my little body is weary of this great world.” 1,748 more words


#NaNoWriMo2018 Day 13: RIP Stan Lee, or A pause for Excelsior

We all knew it was coming. Unlike his characters, Stan Lee was going to fade away eventually.

Yesterday we said goodbye to the man who created the entities that inspired a lot of us to build our own worlds and imagine our own heroes. 467 more words


Poetry Series III: Sonnet 34

It’s Tuesday and that means it’s time for Poetry Series day 3! Today we’re moving on to sonnet 34, which i find very entertaining in general, and I think highlights a lot of Shakespeare’s more whiny characteristics 485 more words


King Lear at the Duke of York's Theatre (review)

11th of October 2018

King Lear is one of Shakespeare’s most recognisable tragedies, it follows the story of a King who wants to divide his kingdom in three parts for his daughters to rule together. 600 more words


15.08.1931 Carta para Luís Cardim

(cf. remetente) “(…) acuso a receção do seu livro – «Shakespeare e o Drama Inglês». (…) Revela uma erudição segura e invulgar e um grande poder de síntese, podendo afirmar-se sem favor que honra não só a Faculdade de que V. 146 more words

Assuntos Da FLUP

Evildoers by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

“We would prefer to say that such people cannot exist, that there aren’t any. It is permissible to portray evildoers in a story for children, so as to keep the picture simple. 536 more words