Shakespeare is Dead. What a tragedy.

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Photo: theguardian.com
400 years later, I’m still cryin’.

1564-1616.

I guess I’ll have to learn how to write all by myself.

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3 Comments

  1. Since we think with words, we think more clearly if we have more words with which to think. This was the reason that the Anglo-Saxons spoke of a word-hoard which each man carries… We need the word-hoard that Shakespeare has given us. The more that his word-hoard becomes our word-hoard the more we will be free from the frustration of inarticulate thought.

    Ultimately, ignorance of Shakespeare is ignorance of life.

    Joseph Pearce (http://www.intellectualtakeout.org/blog/why-shakespeare-still-relevant)

    • I was thinking of ending it all, in my sadness that people do not visit my website, and yet today, I find new life in your wise response.
      Thank you.
      Dan at The Denver Daily

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