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Six Rules for Reading (and Enjoying) Julius Caesar

When I began this blog, I assumed that the best example of my argument that most people get Shakespeare plays all wrong would be Romeo and Juliet… 1,444 more words

Alfred Hitchcock


Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies – Kindle edition by Samuel Johnson, Arthur Sherbo. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. 402 more words


Romeo & Juliet Part 3

Act IV, Scene 1

Paris sets up his wedding plans with Friar Laurence. The Friar is hesitant to move forward (with obvious reasons) asks about what Juliet thinks. 1,295 more words


Romeo & Juliet Part 2

Act III, Scene 1

Benvolio asks Mercutio if they can go home so they can avoid a fight with the Capulets. Mercutio scoffs at this request because Benvolio seems nervous about a fight and yet is always so willing to fight. 895 more words


Romeo and Juliet Part 1

And now we dive into one of Shakespeare’s lesser known plays…


There are two families in Verona, where we lay our scene, that have been feuding for YEARS. 1,832 more words


Farmerville’s Tragedies

Written by Dr. Timothy D. Hudson

During the nineteenth century across the South, most men built wooden homes and businesses, frame structures with wood shingles. Since lighting after sunset required oil lamps and heating during the winter necessitated a wood stove, devastating and deadly fires remained common throughout the nineteenth century. 1,823 more words

Union Parish

A Second

Just a second… But 1000 milli-dramas.

Hospital. Podcasts. Colleagues. Jealousy.

Parking. Shouting. Cries. Deadlines.

Flooded house. Towels. Washing cycles. Whiskey.

1000 dramas in a second. 91 more words