Now the future that my most beloved Bake Off is very uncertain and I’d never be able to watch the real Bake Off anyway, read BBC, Betrayal, and Bake Off for it all, there is only one thing left. I must bake myself! They did make it look so straight forward- most of the time!
“How well he’s read, to reason against reading!” Love’s Labours Lost, good ol’ Bill. There was a time that this was true. That arguing against a well read person, someone who has studied and become knowledgeable about the subject, would be unthought of. It’d be mad! Now, well, experts are being frowned upon. Science and…… Continue reading Shakespeare Sunday | 130817
If you missed the first part, it’s here Bitesized Blog | Subject Verb Object Part 1, and we’ll continue on with the next three. We’ve got a wonderful selection ahead of us; either directly dealing with, or the contemplation of, time passing and death.
Today, instead of relying on the stalwart white, male, and old authors- let us think of and celebrate wonderful black authors that often go unappreciated outside of the black community.
It’s my 50th post anniversary!
Shakespeare was writing in the time scientific time of taxonomy, where things are compared to one another to create their own classification. So this declaration from Kent to Oswald would be typical of an Earl's education. This could have given away his disguise, as he was dressed as Caius in A1 S4, and a peasant wouldn't have been as educated.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/GjwfqXTebIY?version=3 Stephen King’s writings have made for some wonderful movies over the years, and some pretty atrocious ones too. The next adaptation of his work, The Dark Tower, has finally been released in theaters after years of development issues. Containing a great cast with a ton of lore to pull from, does The Dark Tower…… Continue reading RePress of the Week | The Dark Tower (2017): An Uninspired, Sparknotes Version of the Popular Source Material — MovieBabble