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It is the Merry Month of May, so frolic, so gay, and so green, so green, so green! O, and then did I unto my true love say, Sweet Peg, thou shalt be my Summer’s Queen.

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Jack Goes Home - USA, 2016

‘Some things last forever’

Jack Goes Home is a 2016 American independent horror film written, produced and directed by Thomas Dekker (actor in Fear Clinic… 931 more words


“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. 42 more words

London History

The Shoemaker's Holiday by Thomas Dekker

Read on 03/02/18


After reading Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, I wanted to re-read all of the other books for my Shakespeare, Jonson and Co. 285 more words


Looking back at... Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

The Terminator franchise is one that’s beloved by a lot of people, whether it’s sci-fi fans, those who like Arnie, or simply those of us who grew up watching  1,022 more words


Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: The Shoemaker’s Holiday - Thomas Dekker

The English Elizabethan dramatist and pamphleteer, Thomas Dekker, was born in approximately 1572 and lived until August 25, 1632.  During his busy life, he was a versatile and prolific writer for several decades.  112 more words

Thought For The Day

Four Birds of Noah's Ark. Thomas Dekker

5 stars for this timeless book of prayers.

This book of prayers was written over 400 years ago by playwright Thomas Dekker and edited for this new edition by Robert Hudson. 240 more words

Five Star Review