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Vinegar Girl - Anne Tyler

Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler Div 4 and up
Received: Library
Publication Date: June 21, 2016
Publisher: Knopf Canada
3.5 out of 5 stars

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Slys and Sheiks

The process of preparing the text of Taming of the Shrew with Ed Sylvanus Iskandar was a unique one in many respects. I’ve never worked with a director like Ed before. 1,191 more words

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Friday Book Whimsy: Vinegar Girl

Bestselling author Anne Tyler is known for her quirky characters and her clever story lines, but in her most recent novel, Vinegar Girl, Tyler has some help from someone fairly reknown himself – William Shakespeare. 334 more words

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Today is Monday, which means it is a great day for a new and creative insult from the works of Shakespeare.

Today’s insult comes from Petruchio in… 61 more words

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DANSOX presents John Cranko, a lecture by Dr Julia Buhrle: Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, 23rd February 2017

DANSOX presents a lecture on major twentieth-century choreographer John Cranko, by Dr Julia Buhrle (Oxford).

John Cranko (1927-1973) was a South African born ballet dancer and choreographer with the Royal Ballet companies who went on to lead the Stuttgart Ballet.  116 more words

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Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler

Anne Tyler, a Pulitzer-Prize-winning novelist, grew up in Raleigh and is a Duke graduate.  Although she has lived in Baltimore for many years, we still claim her as a North Carolina writer. 213 more words

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Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler

The New Title Tuesday recommendation is Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler.  It is a retelling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew eliminating the overt sexism that always marred my appreciation of The Bard’s famous comedy. 842 more words

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