Daily Archives: December 31, 2017

David Bruce: Old Age Anecdotes

https://pixabay.com/en/people-old-elderly-man-woman-2582878/ Women were a rare sight in the western frontier. Mark Twain relates in Roughing It that “once in Star City, in the Humboldt Mountains, I took my place in a sort of long, post-office single file of miners, to … Continue reading

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William Shakespeare’s THE COMEDY OF ERRORS: A Retelling — Act 4, Scene 3

— 4.3 — Antipholus of Syracuse, who was wearing the necklace that Angelo the goldsmith had given to him, stood on a public street and said to himself, “Every man I meet here in Ephesus greets me as if I … Continue reading

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