In his efforts to get Edmund just right, Williams consulted the rest of Shakespeare’s lexicon of antagonists and illegitimate sons, taking note from King John‘s Falconbridge, Iago in Othello and Richard III’s array of soliloquies in a number of the history plays. The answer to figuring out Shakespeare, Williams says, is usually more Shakespeare. “When questions arise like what the hell does that mean or why do I do that? in most cases if you continue reading the scene he’s figured it out for you.”
My attitude is, St. Patrick banished the snakes from Ireland and they all came here and they became conservatives. You eventually become the thing you hate the most.
“The Upper East Side is very inconvenient for 20-somethings,” Ms. Murray said. “The type of people we want to be with are all downtown.” She therefore conducts her social life in and around Union Square, and either waits an hour for the No. 6 train home in the wee hours of the morning or reluctantly ponies up for a cab.
This Week in War is off again this week. I’ll do my best to continue it this spring, but some weeks just won’t be possible for me! Promise I’ll get fully back on track by May…
Newsweek didn’t want a theory, it wanted a scoop.
History, Western Illinois University
Only a few hundred votes reporting so far. But they started coming in really quickly, so I guess results will happen...