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So, love, be thou; although to-day thou fill Thy hungry eyes even till they wink with fullness, To-morrow see again, and do not kill The spirit of love with a perpetual dullness. Let this sad interim like the ocean be Which parts the shore, where two contracted new Come daily to the banks, that, when they see Return of love, more blest may be the view; Else call it winter, which being full of care Makes summer's welcome thrice more wish'd, more rare.

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Shakespeare and the plague in his plays: The Hot Hand, Ben Cohen excerpt. Hot Hands, King Lear, Old Movie Posters, Classic Literature, Classic Books, The Book Thief, Black Death, Romeo And Juliet, William Shakespeare

How the Plague Ravaged Shakespeare’s World and Inspired His Work

It’s pivotal to Romeo and Juliet, and it helped make King Lear and Macbeth possible.

Sharon O’Dair and Timothy Francisco’s new book — a collection of essays about teaching Shakespeare to the huge majority of American college students who don’t attend highly selective schools — is, to my knowledge, the first book of its kind College Library, Cultural Capital, List Of Jobs, Close Reading, William Shakespeare, Higher Education, College Students, New Books, Schools

Occupying Shakespeare - Los Angeles Review of Books

A new collection on the promises and pitfalls of teaching Shakespeare today.

Teacher's Guide"Not of an age, but for all time": Teaching Shakespeare Midsummer Night's Dream Fairies, Midsummer Nights Dream, Victorian Paintings, Dream Painting, Most Famous Paintings, People Fall In Love, Dream Art, New Artists, Portrait

"Not of an age, but for all time": Teaching Shakespeare

Teacher's Guide"Not of an age, but for all time": Teaching Shakespeare

The age is the thing: Sir Ian McKellen to take on Hamlet at 81 | News | The Times Royal Shakespeare Company, William Shakespeare, Theatre Stage, Theater, Sir Ian Mckellen, Danish Prince, King Lear, How To Age Paper, The Man

The age is the thing: Sir Ian McKellen to take on Hamlet at 81

Age cannot wither him, Sir Ian McKellen has declared, and there has never been doubt about his versatility.The actor, who is 81, has disclosed that he is to take on the role of Hamlet in a casting

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Watch RSC shows from home | Royal Shakespeare Company

Watch RSC shows from home | Royal Shakespeare Company

“How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world / That has such people in’t! Five ways you're speaking it daily without even knowing Shakespeare In Love, William Shakespeare, Troilus And Cressida, Tragic Hero, Green Eyed Monster, Good Riddance, Epic Story, Powerful Images, Brave New World

Shakespeare's English? Five ways you're speaking it daily

Find out which of Shakespeare's catchphrases you use without even knowing it.

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Publication: Shakespeare Water Color Illustrations

The William Blake Archive is pleased to announce the publication of a digital edition of Blake’s water color illustrations to the plays of William Shakespeare.

To Be or Not to BeIn a digital archive of Hamlet quartos, classic Shakespearean words come and go. Danish Prince, Four Hundred, Huntington Library, Baronet, Thirty Two, Digital Archives, Male Eyes, Photo Caption, Come And Go

To Be or Not to Be

To Be or Not to BeIn a digital archive of Hamlet quartos, classic Shakespearean words come and go.

“I know a bank where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows,Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” – A Midsummer Night’s Dream Daffodils, Pansies, Hand Flowers, Romantic Flowers, Word Pictures, Different Flowers, Flora And Fauna, William Shakespeare, Flower Power

The flora and fauna that inspired Shakespeare!

As we approach his Birthday (April 23rd), I find myself thumbing over some Shakespeare for my literary floral hit. Sure, he might have tried to “compare thee to a summer’s day” but spring’s his sea…

Peter O’Toole’s rapier from Laurence Olivier’s “Hamlet,” the debut production of the National Theatre, 1963 Royal Shakespeare Company, William Shakespeare, Spike Milligan, David Lean, My Favorite Year, Film Script, Peter O'toole, Jeremy Irons, Lawrence Of Arabia

Archive acquired of theatre and film actor Peter O’Toole

Peter O’Toole’s rapier from Laurence Olivier’s “Hamlet,” the debut production of the National Theatre, 1963

Shakespearean lore and orderA new anthology displays Shakespeare’s engagement with the sonnet form across his career, but at a high cost William Shakespeare, Being A Landlord, Career, Engagement, Carrera, Engagements, Freshman Year

Shakespearean lore and order | David Womersley | The Critic Magazine

This article is taken from the October issue of The Critic. To get the full magazine why not subscribe? Right now we're offering three issue for just £5. As Buck Mulligan says in Ulysses…

SHAKESPEARE, William (1564-1616). Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Published according to the True Originall Copies. Edited by John Heminges (d. 1630) and Henry Condell (d. 1627). London: Isaac Jaggard and Edward Blount at the Charges of W. Jaggard, Ed. Blount, I. Smithweeke, and W. Aspley, 1623. Shakespeare History, William Shakespeare, Royal Shakespeare Company, French Quotes, Spanish Quotes, First Folio, Gardner Museum, Strong Quotes, Art World

SHAKESPEARE, William (1564-1616). Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Published according to the True Originall Copies. Edited by John Heminges (d. 1630) and Henry Condell (d. 1627). London: Isaac Jaggard and Edward Blount at the Charges of W. Jaggard, Ed. Blount, I. Smithweeke, and W. Aspley, 1623.

SHAKESPEARE, William (1564-1616). Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Published according to the True Originall Copies. Edited by John Heminges (d. 1630) and Henry Condell (d. 1627). London: Isaac Jaggard and Edward Blount at the Charges of W. Jaggard, Ed. Blount, I. Smithweeke, and W. Aspley, 1623.

As we are reminded early on in this engaging and animated book, “Shakespearean” as an adjective has had an unexpected currency in journalistic responses to the dramas engulfing the politics of the US. What it seems to denote for the writers who have used it is a sense that the persons of the drama are not the captains of their souls, but are at the mercy of both internal and external forces they do not understand or control. Their own goals and intentions are twisted out of shape by what is… Twist Outs, William Shakespeare, This Is Us, Animation, Playwright, Fine Art, Contemporary, Poet, Dramas

As we are reminded early on in this engaging and animated book, “Shakespearean” as an adjective has had an unexpected currency in journalistic responses to the dramas engulfing the politics of the US. What it seems to denote for the writers who have used it is a sense that the persons of the drama are not the captains of their souls, but are at the mercy of both internal and external forces they do not understand or control. Their own goals and intentions are twisted out of shape by what is…

Μορφωτικό Ίδρυμα Ε.Τ.Ε (@miet.cultural_foundation) • Instagram photos and videos William Shakespeare, Let It Be, Instagram

Μορφωτικό Ίδρυμα Ε.Τ.Ε (@miet.cultural_foundation) • Instagram photos and videos

For ever and a day: why we turn to Shakespeare at times of crisis Andrew Bird, Ed Sheeran, Alexandra Stan, Jenny Lewis, Chris Isaak, Chaka Khan, Cyndi Lauper, Cher Lloyd, Christina Perri

For ever and a day: why we turn to Shakespeare at times of crisis

Four hundred years after his death, the dramatist remains a uniquely powerful touchstone. In this extract from his new book, Robert McCrum considers his evergreen appeal