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Shameless

Shameless I read that Shameless is the most watched series on Netflix in America. Sherlock Holmes is the most watched Netflix show in England.  This sparked my curiosity and so I binged watched Shameless this week—all 7 Seasons. The first … Continue reading

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In The Company of Rilke

In the Company of Rilke: Why A 20th Century Visionary Poet So Eloquently to 21st Century Readers  By Stephanie Dowrick Thomas Merton says, “Rilke is a poet. Is that a small thing?” It is a Rhetorical Question. It is no … Continue reading

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Rufus Sewell

Rufus Sewell I first saw Rufus Sewell in the Science Fiction film Dark City. He was dark, mysterious, brooding and yet sympathetic. I not seen him in anything before and his Byronic good looks piqued my interest. The English actor … Continue reading

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The Ethical Slut

The Ethical Slut The Ethical Slut: A Practical Guide to Polyamory, Open Relationships and Other Adventures by Dossie Easton and Janet W. Hardy first came out in 1997. It was updated and reprinted in 2009.   The two authors want to … Continue reading

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Dreams Vs Reality in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Dreams Vs Reality in A Midsummer Night’s Dream Cari Gilkison, English 220: Shakespeare Winter 1996 Does the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream lean toward reality or dreams?  There are many ways to look at this play, but one cannot help … Continue reading

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Narcissim as Transformation and Shakepeare’s Antony and Cleopatra

Narcissism as Transformation in Antony and Cleopatra   Antony and Cleopatra is perhaps Shakespeare’s most perplexing play.  In this play more than any other he does not explain his characters’ motivations or choose sides.  While readers may enjoy this break … Continue reading

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