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Friday Favorite: The Hollow Crown Family Tree

This week’s Favorite combines film with history. From Hollow Crown Fans, I present The Plantagenet family tree: Wars of the Roses collection, staring the actors from… 17 more words

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The Presence of an Absence

Thursday is for Thinking

“ one of Sherlock Holmes’ mysteries, … the key to solving a case was the fact that when a man was murdered a certain dog didn’t bark! 274 more words

Making Disciples

Devest, Divest is the Shakespearean Word Of The Day (03/28/15)

Devest, Divest (v.)

Devest, Divest means undress, unclothe, disrobe.  Devest, Divest is cited in four of William Shakespeare’s play Othello (Othello II.iii.175) Iago says to Othello, about Cassio and Montano: “in terms like a bride and groom devesting them for bed.” 34 more words


Shakespeare Piece of the Day: As You Like It (03/27/15)

Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

As You Like It


ACT V, SCENE I. The forest of Arden

Aut. Ay, I know who ’tis; he hath no in- 438 more words


The Weight of Words by Georgina Guthrie

G’day from sunny Perth in WA,

Lovely to have you back, please make yourself comfy while Tom pours you a drink.

Today I am very pleased to present the first love story chosen from my bookcase – ‘The Word’ series by Georgina Guthrie. 538 more words


William Shakespeare - FREE eBook and Audio for April

William Shakespeare was born in 1564, and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon.

His actual date of birth may not be known, however, the people in Stratford-upon-Avon celebrate his birthday on the 23rd of April. 537 more words


Whose Romeo + Juliet is it anyway?

Baz Luhrman has definitely gone off the boil recently. His most recent feature film, The Great Gatsby (2013) was to my mind all style and no substance. 1,445 more words

William Shakespeare