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ABC's Still Star-Crossed First Impressions

Hey guys, I’ve mentioned before that I want to start expanding my horizon and using this blog to talk about more stuff than just solely book related topics. 384 more words

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The Tempest (Rose Playhouse)

Sea-Change Theatre Company, a recently founded women-only company, bring their adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest to the historic Rose Playhouse – it debuted last September at the Skala Eressos Women’s Festival in Greece. 701 more words

Charlecote Park

Charlecote Park is an impressive 16th century National Trust property on the banks of the River Avon in Warwickshire. Not only are the interiors beautifully decorated, but it is surrounded by a deer park where we were fortunate to get quite close to the deer, and the River Avon is literally on its door step. 376 more words


Discover the home of a legendary playwright in Stratford-Upon-Avon.

Located in South Warwickshire, this market town rose to fame during the Medieval period.

Stratford-upon-Avon is commonly referred to as just Stratford. It sits on the River Avon and was the home of the legendary playwright, William Shakespeare. 280 more words


A Room of One's Own offers context

A Room of One’s Own by literary thinker Virginia Woolf serves as college lectures converted into an extended essay. The presentation style precedes and could have informed the recently reviewed… 365 more words


The Journals of Washington Irving

Source: William P. Trent and George S. Hellman (eds.), The Journals of Washington Irving, vol. 1 (Boston, The Bibliophile Society, 1919), p. 123

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A Short Analysis of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 44: ‘If the dull substance of my flesh were thought’

A summary of Shakespeare’s 44th sonnet

‘If the dull substance of my flesh were thought, / Injurious distance should not stop my way’: yes, sonnet 44 in Shakespeare’s Sonnets is another poem about the long-distance love… 594 more words