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Claudio and Isabella -- William Holman Hunt

Claudio and Isabella, 1850 by William Holman Hunt (1827–1910)

From William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, Act 3, Scene 1:

ISABELLA

Be ready, Claudio, for your death tomorrow.

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Art

Intro…

What you fear the most,
somehow, eventually happens to you,

so…

“Fear no more the heat o’ the sun;

Nor the furious winter’s rages, 147 more words

Poem

Romeo and Juliet: Act 3, Scene 5 (part 1)

(Good Tickle Brain) – Mya Gosling:

Well, it’s the last scene of Act 3 and THEY’VE FINALLY MADE IT TO BED. …

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Cartoon

Targeting a younger demographic

The light-hearted sequence with young Will Shakespeare continues, and so do the cribbed lines. Looking them up is a nice way to be introduced to some of Shakespeare’s body of work, and I imagine Kreigh Collins and his editor had fun working them into the dialog. 170 more words

Beat the Teacher (Part 2)

Our Y11 (15/16 year old) students have the first of their English Literature GCSE exams on Monday

This is the last year, at my school, when we will (effectively) have autonomy over the texts we teach.   397 more words

Macbeth

The Tempest: GCSE Model Essay 2 for Y11s

If this is the first time you’ve read an essay here, please take a look at this post before proceeding.

MY CLASS WILL BE TAKING THEIR GCSE PAPER ON THE TEMPEST THIS MONDAY.        1,431 more words

The Tempest