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The (Three Day) Quote Challenge Continues: Day 4

I did warn you, didn’t I? This is going to go on a bit longer than 3 days, because as I said I still want to thank the other bloggers who tagged me. 134 more words

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So , in 2016 the world commemorates 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare!

I  had a very troubled relationship with Shakespeare since the time I came to know of him.Much of it stemmed from the fact that he was prescribed reading not just in school but also what my Dad considered culturally & socially sound.. 600 more words

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The 'Spring has Sprung' Book Tag

Happy May Day!  (Is that today or tomorrow? Either way- hope you have a good one). Since even the weather seems to agree it’s spring today (it’s been a bit erratic lately) I think it’s the perfect time to do this tag!  1,006 more words


King Lear (1608, 1623) William Shakespeare

‘The oldest hath borne most; we that are young

Shall never see so much, nor live so long’



At Shakespeare’s Theatre In Shoreditch | Spitalfields Life

Over in Shoreditch, just a few minutes walk from Spitalfields, is the site of a seventeenth century playhouse called ‘The Theatre’ built by James Burbage in 1576, where William Shakespeare’s career as a dramatist began. 40 more words


Three Day Quote Challenge- Shakespeare Style: Day 3

Woohoo I made it to day 3!!! Because I am super strapped for time I’m  super strapped for time, I’m not gonna go into the whole long schpiel of why I’m doing this (you can read about it… 99 more words

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The Merry Wives. Northern Broadsides at the Stephen Joseph theatre, Scarborough. 28-04-16

The Merry Wives of Windsor is not a great play. There is an early tradition that another Falstaff play was requested from Shakespeare by Elizabeth I, who loved the character, as did most of her subjects. 478 more words

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