Pages tagged with William Shakespeare

Articles written by P S Remesh Chandran, Editor, Sahyadri Books & Bloom Books Trivandrum, published at reputed platforms including Wikinut, Linked In and Internet Archives which are of interest to students, researchers and general readers are brought here at one place as part of a ser...
Death is the end of all earthly cares and the beginning of eternal things. It is believed that the moment we die, we are born in another universe. With it begins a new way of being. More number of songs and poems has been written on death than on birth. It is considered an important e...
A commentary on seeing Shakespeare in the Park (with photos).
Regardless of its much-maligned reputation, pop culture has made an indelible mark in the history of humankind.
Simmer means getting outside in the warm temps. This summer Shakespeare in the Park will celebrate 40 years of performing in the park.
This week RuPaul issues a Shakespearean challenge to the queens.
Did you know that women can smell things we men cannot? And that is all about attraction,
I choose to watch the film Anonymous again and was thrilled at the detail some of which I missed first time around. So much variety and depth, scenes of London during that period and great costumes added up to make a splendid film. I think that thereby hangs a tale a piece of great ...
My humble tribute to Williams’s ji..He is a great poet and a great learned man ,lover of love and poetry May God shower all flowers along with his Blessings upon him
Anthelme Brillat-Savarin wrote, in Physiologie du Gout, ou Meditations de Gastronomie Transcendante, "You are what you eat" in other words, "Eat healthy and Be healthy" This page illustrates that you don't have to spend a fortune to eat healthy.
Basically, just my opinion about the quote, how I heard of it, how I loved it and why I wanted to ink it on me.
A book review about the classical novel: Romeo and Juliet, written by the great William Shakespeare.
The movie Anonymous is a rather dark telling of murder, incest, love, writing and of course the great bard himself, William Shakespeare. With pictures to illustrate I have written this piece...so enjoy!
What is the purpose of it all? What have I really accomplished? Is this really all there is to life? What is the true meaning of life? Why am I here? What is the end of it all?
Shakespeare's use of songs is superb.Songs are effective in giving life a meaningful direction.It has power to bring a sense of decency in life.And Shakespeare has achieved this noble aim by using songs in his play "The Tempest".
William Shakespeare hammers home the value of magic,music and submission through the use of a witch on an enchanted island.
Shakespeare was a great dramatist.He was well aware of the demands of the then public.This is the reason he exploited the supernatural as desired in his plays.
Hamlet appeared crazy to the Queen and his false murderer. This was just a falsade to lure his killer out into the open. In order to get justice public opinion sometimes has to be pointed in the right direction.
Human beings are born far earlier than when they are ripe to be delivered. If they are retained inside mother body till sufficient growth, the child cannot come out due to large head size. So it has been arranged that they come out early when the head is comparatively small, and remai...
Was the well-known playwright Shakespeare a Catholic? What do the immortal words of his great works bring about his religious views? It may be an interesting topic since the fourth centenary of his death is just ahead
William Shakespeare is remembered today as one of the great play writer and poet in the history of literature.
William Shakespeare is a name that has always been recalled and remembered for a great contribution in the history of poetry and play writing.
Living in fear is the ultimate illusion, prompting us on many occasions, to experience a reality that has yet to be. In turn creating the very reality we fear.
This article concentrates on the British Theatre during the time of William Shakespeare. It looks at how the theatre worked, the controversy surrounding the theatre/plays and also how the performers, and the audience of the day, participated.
An old English assignment, writing a parody of Shakespeare's Sonnet 18 and taking a different/funnier/(better) spin on it.
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