This post was created to supplement a writing workshop. “To be or not to be” From The Groundling’s Guide to Shakespeare’s Hamlet by Hilary J Kovar, Ph.D The status of Hamlet’s most famous speech is tricky. If Hamlet knows (or even suspects) that Claudius and Polonius (or their agents) are spying on him, this is a monologue that pretends to be a soliloquy, and its representation of Hamlet’s “inner thoughts” is a matter of...Read More
Home » Posts Tagged "Laurence Olivier"
My Book Progress
Untune the Sky, Volume Three of The Fury Triad
We believe in the wrong things. That’s what frustrates me the most. Not the lack of belief, but the belief in the wrong things. You want meaning? Well, the meanings are out there. We’re just so damn good at reading them wrong.
— Rachel Cohn
Let My Pigeons Fly This Blog to You
Looking for Something?
#DiverseReads2017 A Discovery of the Impostures of Witchcraft and Astrologers Adrian von Ziegler Alternate History Amazon An Ember in the Ashes Bardán Fury Ben Aaronovitch Benedict Cumberbatch Best Fantasy Romance Chrysoula Tzavaelas Cornwall Dark YA Fantasy David Tennant Debris & Detritus DIY Writers Planner England Fantasy For Writers Goodreads Grave Mercy Groundling's Guide to Shakespeare's Hamlet Hilary J Kovar Ireland Kate Elliott Kenneth Branagh Laurence Olivier Mel Gibson Music Patreon Research Research Trips Revisions Robin LaFevers Short Stories Smart Bitches Trashy Books Steampunk Story Spring Publishing The Wrath & The Dawn Toni McGee Causey Troy Books Word Wenches Writer Tricks Writing Process YA Fantasy