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Shakespeare and a Dialog between a US Judge and a Terrorist

“That which you are my thoughts cannot transpose: Angels are bright still, though the brightest fell; Though all things foul would wear the brows of grace, Yet grace must still look so.” (Macbeth, act 4, sc. 3) Comment.  In a … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and some Unpalatable Truths about Imperialism

“’Twill vex thy soul to hear what I shall speak; For I must talk of murders, rapes and massacres, Acts of black night, abominable deeds, Complots of mischief, treason, villanies Ruthful to hear, yet piteously perform’d” (Titus Andronicus, act 5, … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, Easter, Habit and Curious Related Information

“How use doth breed a habit in a man!” (Two Gentlemen from Verona, act 5, sc. 4) Comment.  Now that this year’s Easter is past, here is some related or, if you like, remarkably useless information. To begin with, the … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and Useless Expectations on Education and Everything Else

“…the raven doth not hatch a lark” (Titus Andronicus, act 2, sc.3) Comment. Comes a point when whatever is said (on the current national-international conditions) terribly sounds as deja-vu, or to be more accurate, deja-dit, not only by the  redactor … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, Dante and the Italian Plays and a quote on absence

This website webmaster will be absent for a few days in Italy, where he will give presentations on his book “Il Nostro Dante Quotidiano – 3500 modi di cavarsela con Dante”. Translation, “Our Daily Dante – 3500 ways to get … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, Royal Pregnancies and the Tutoring of Stupidity by the Corporate Media

“ … thou, I fear, has given me cause to curse.” (Midsummer Night’s Dream, act 3, sc. 2) Comments. The announced pregnancy of Kate Middleton has triggered peaks of delight into the corporate media and associated establishment. My indifference to … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, Presidential Elections and the Force of Habit

“How use doth breed a habit in a man!” (Two Gentlemen from Verona, act 5, sc. 4) Comments. In this entry’s instance the “use” refers to voting in the presidential elections to sustain two beliefs (through habit), that have proven … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, George Carlin & the Hopelessness of Presidential Elections

“Hopeless and helpless doth Aegeon wend, But to procrastinate his lifeless end” (Comedy Of Errors, act 1, sc. 1) Comments. What is most extraordinary (about the presidential elections) is the incredible success of the propaganda machine. And the consequent belief, … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on Having Had Enough

“I do condemn mine ears that have So long attended thee.” (Cymbeline act 1, sc. 6) Comments.  The line accurately reflects how many people feel about the presidential debates or about whoever talks, comments, extols, criticizes, pontificates about one or … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on the Natural Remedies and the Limits of Medicine

“The congregate college have concluded That labouring art can never ransom nature From her unaidable estate.” (All’s Well That Ends Well, act 2, sc. 1) Comments. It is commonly accepted that longevity is the product of modern medicine. Historical information … Continue reading

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