The unfortunate reality is that not every woman, either in literature or real life, can be classified as the type of empowered female character that Gal Gadot would portray in the live-action adaption. Continue reading Writers Should Not Ditch Female Victims
Hi guys (as Elliot Brooks usually introduces in her YouTube videos), I will be reviewing a book by a BookTuber, … Continue reading AOG Literature Review | “Peace and Turmoil,” by Elliot Brooks
If Shakespeare can be translated into fictional languages, why not real-world endangered languages? Continue reading The Importance Of Translating Shakespeare Into Endangered Languages
It [the letter] gave me the notion of an exotic Immensity ruled by an august Benevolence. It made me tingle with enthusiasm. This was the unbounded power of eloquence—of words—of burning noble words.” – Joseph Conrad, “Heart of Darkness” Continue reading The Alluring Nature Of Evil
“Why I do trifle thus with his despair is done to cure it” – The History of King Lear, Act IV.5 Continue reading A Defense Of The Mock Trial Scene In “The History Of King Lear”
“Why, so, brave lords, when we do join in league I am a lamb” – Titus Andronicus Act IV Scene II Continue reading An Insight Into William Shakespeare’s Portrayal Of Outsiders
“Hath not a Jew…warmed and cooled by the same winter and summer as a Christian is?” – “The Merchant of Venice,” Act III.1 Continue reading Should The Modern Audience Reimagine Shakespeare’s Most Notorious Character?