Light over water

"Good girl, come on," I said and gave a shrill whistle through the gap in my bottom teeth. Ruby ran to me through the golden veil cast by a light rain caught in the incandescent street light, her short legs bounding off the wet concrete. The rain was flattening her curly black fur and I … Continue reading Light over water

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Shakespeare and Marlowe: The flouting of magic and genre

The timeless appeal of Shakespeare’s plays may owe their popularity to his apparent lack of interest in maintaining genre. His plays appear to reject the blasé conventions, as reality does more often than not, that plagued his contemporaries as well as the popular film, literature, and theatre of our current era. However, I would argue … Continue reading Shakespeare and Marlowe: The flouting of magic and genre