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Etymology of the Day: Stroll


Stroll has referred to “leisurely walking” since at least 1680, but in the beginning of the 1600s, the word wasn’t quite so innocent and carefree. 221 more words


'That skull had a tongue in it': Skulls, the Flesh, and the Individual in Early Modern Drama

In early modern drama, skulls are not only a symbol of death, but a reminder of the living person. Chloe Owen (King’s College London) gets beneath the skin of an important dramatic device in her  249 more words

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James I‘s triumphal entry into London (1604)

On this day in 1604, James I, the newly crowned first Stuart King of England, entered  the City of London, and thence processed to  Westminster to attend his first parliament, amid much pomp and pageant.  373 more words

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“Moll Cut-purse, a notorious baggage” (John Chamberlain, 1612)

On this day in 1612, John Chamberlain (see also January 8th posting) wrote:

“This last Sunday Moll Cut-purse, a notorious baggage (that used to go into man’s apparel and challenged the field of diverse gallants) was brought to , where she wept bitterly and seemed very penitent, but it is since doubted she was maudlin drunk. 43 more words

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Jake Goes Home enfin disponible !

Ça fait très longtemps que je n’ai pas posté ici par manque de temps.

Même si vous le savez surement déjà, Jack Goes Home, le film qu’à écrit et réalisé Thomas est sorti le 14 octobre ! 173 more words

Thomas Dekker

Give me leave to lead you by the hand into a wilderness, where are none but monsters whose cruelty you need not fear because I teach the way to tame them.

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Thomas Dekker's book has details about doping at the cycling teams Rabobank and Silence-Lotto.

Headpicture: Thomas Dekker (NED) in front of the Rabobank procycling team at Tour de France in 2007, where Michael Rasmussen (DEN), 3.posission at picture, had the leading yellow jersey until Rasmussen had to be pulled out of the Tour for lying about his whereabouts. 1,092 more words