Daily Archives: September 22, 2018

David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s JULIUS CAESAR: A Retelling in Prose — Act 2, Scenes 2-4

— 2.2 — Julius Caesar was alone in a room in his house. Outside, the storm continued to thunder and lightning. Caesar said to himself, “Neither Heaven nor Earth has been at peace tonight. Three times my wife, Calpurnia, has … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Critics Anecdotes

In his old age, author Gore Vidal moved from his villa (La Rondinaia) in Italy back to the United States because his being in a wheelchair made it impossible for him to live in the Italian villa, situated as it … Continue reading

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