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Game of Thrones? That's Cute. | Shakespeare Geek Blog

Game of Thrones? That's Cute. | Shakespeare Geek Blog

The sun has set, the stars are out  Though our hearts shall tomorrow burst  Though our end is nigh  Our deeds shall grace the tongues of bards  And earn a maiden’s sigh.    Tomorrow may be our last dawn  A swordpoint, our last sight  We shall have earned our place in song  And in songs there is no night.  by Winter’s Knigh

The sun has set, the stars are out Though our hearts shall tomorrow burst Though our end is nigh Our deeds shall grace the tongues of bards And earn a maiden’s sigh. Tomorrow may be our last dawn A swordpoint, our last sight We shall have earned our place in song And in songs there is no night. by Winter’s Knigh

Again I found this image on a simple google search. After reading many of his plays I did find it very funny. So many of his works end in complete tragedy like Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Titus, King Lear. I just thought that it went along with this class perfectly. -Jesse Headley

Again I found this image on a simple google search. After reading many of his plays I did find it very funny. So many of his works end in complete tragedy like Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Titus, King Lear. I just thought that it went along with this class perfectly. -Jesse Headley

Puck invades Henry V. #PuckDropGame

Puck invades Henry V. #PuckDropGame

Polonius, with the assistance of his son Laertes, does his very to keep his daughter Ophelia from Hamlet. Despite the fact that he is aware of his daughters feelings for this young man, he fills her head with discouraging thoughts about their love. Thinking that her father is looking out for her best interest, Ophelia obeys his wishes to stay away from the love of her life even though it makes her unhappy. This probably was not the best of ideas that Polonius has had because he sends both…

Polonius, with the assistance of his son Laertes, does his very to keep his daughter Ophelia from Hamlet. Despite the fact that he is aware of his daughters feelings for this young man, he fills her head with discouraging thoughts about their love. Thinking that her father is looking out for her best interest, Ophelia obeys his wishes to stay away from the love of her life even though it makes her unhappy. This probably was not the best of ideas that Polonius has had because he sends both…

Amazon.com: Exit Pursued by a Badger: An Actor's Journey Through History with Shakespeare (9781840028928): Nick Asbury: Books

Amazon.com: Exit Pursued by a Badger: An Actor's Journey Through History with Shakespeare (9781840028928): Nick Asbury: Books

When you read a line that is so well-written, you just close the book and stare at the wall for a minute ... Anonymous

When you read a line that is so well-written, you just close the book and stare at the wall for a minute ... Anonymous

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