Daily Archives: October 10, 2018

David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s KING LEAR: A Retelling in Prose — Act 2, Scene 4

— 2.4 — King Lear, the Fool, and a gentleman who served King Lear arrived at the courtyard of the Earl of Gloucester’s castle. They were close to the disguised Kent, King Lear’s messenger, who was still in the stocks. … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Flowers Anecdotes

A nobleman deeply loved his garden of chrysanthemums. In fact, he loved the flowers more than he loved his wife, and he used to severely punish anyone who accidentally broke off a blossom while walking in his garden. Zen master … Continue reading

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