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Book Review: Modern Critical Interpretations on The Taming of the Shrew

Harold Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations series is a godsend for anyone interested in the latest and greatest criticism on classic literature. Each volume of this series centers on a particular work and features several samples of the very best academic writing about it. 451 more words


Stratford: Day Three - The Taming of the Shrew (and Stratford Boss Mode Unlocked)

Welcome back, dear friends! It is with heavy hearts that we come to the end of our stay in beautiful Stratford, Canada. We took in our last two shows today (yes, two… we deviated from our original schedule in the name of love) and will be headed home tomorrow afternoon. 744 more words

Shakespeare Piece of the Day: MacBeth (08/30/15)

Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare


ACT III, SCENE I. Forres. The palace.


Thou hast it now: king, Cawdor, Glamis, all, 941 more words


He jests at scars, that never felt a wound.

(William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet)


Infatuation, Obligation, Diction


The poet and play-smith William Shakespeare has worked his way to becoming one of the most famous authors of all time, specifically revered for his master-craftsmanship of the play. 1,426 more words

Geneva College

नावात काय असते ?

नावात काय असते ?- भाग १

नावात काय असते ? असे “शेकस्पिअर” म्हणुन गेले.पण हे असं लिहिताना त्याच मोठं उत्तरं त्यांनी का नाही लिहिले.
“What’s in a name? 15 more words

Marathi Blog

Review: Titania – A Solo Cabaret at Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe

First published in The Times, Friday August 28 2015

Three Stars

This strange, hypnotic show, performed by cellist and theatre practitioner Anna-Helena McLean, is not so much a compression of… 310 more words

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