Category Archives: Shakespeare

Making Music

Rhythm in a literary work is captivating. Mesmerizing. It draws the reader or listener like sweet honey draws a bear, and holds them captive. Rhythm gives flavor to words and sensuality to concepts. Continue reading

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Stage and Shakespeare

I cannot believe I drove an hour and a half, starting out at 4 pm on a stormy Sunday afternoon when I would normally be kicking back in my pajamas, headed north across a floating bridge and on into elk … Continue reading

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