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How high was the Bard when he wrote Richard III....?

Here is an interesting theory, which I found courtesy of Susan Loughlin. It does make one wonder if Our Will had some funny stuff in his clay pipe!

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Shakespeare

The Lie


Sir Walter Raleigh (1552(?)–1618)

GO, Soul, the body’s guest,

Upon a thankless arrant:

Fear not to touch the best;

The truth shall be thy warrant: … 486 more words

Virginia Dare and the Lost Colony of Roanoke

By Lindsay Roseberry, Reference Department

Virginia Dare was the first child born in any British colony and part of the first mystery in the “new world.” She was born in 1587, in the Roanoke Colony (located in North Carolina now) and named after the Virginia colony where her parents lived. 1,007 more words

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67:  Among Friends

Today I stepped out to the garden, where I saw two of my young friends, Harry and Moll.  (I believe Harry and Moll are named for my lord and his sister.  868 more words

Elizabeth:The Golden Age

‘We must act!’ 

Elizabeth: The Golden Age is the sequel to the first Elizabeth film, and it is about the threat of the rule of Queen Elizabeth I (Cate Blanchett) and the relationship between her and Sir Walter Raleigh (Clive Owen) as he develops a relationship with her favourite, Elizabeth, otherwise known as Bess (Abbie Cornish) as she uncovers the treason plot involving Mary Stuart. 626 more words

Act 2, Scene 23 - "A cocksure swaggerer."

Notes on No Legacy is So Rich as Honesty Part Two

Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh continue their discussion of fact and fiction in this week’s cartoon. 91 more words