Daily Archives: February 3, 2019

David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s RICHRD III: A Retelling in Prose — Act 1, Scene 4

 — 1.4 — Clarence and Brakenbury, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, were in Clarence’s cell in the Tower of London. “Why does your grace look so sad today?” Brakenbury asked. Clarence replied, “I have passed such a miserable … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Dante’s INFERNO: A Discussion Guide — “Canto 27: Guido da Montefeltro”

“Canto 27: Guido da Montefeltro” Virgil dismisses Ulysses with the words “you may move on, I won’t ask more of you” (Musa, Inferno27.21). Ulysses obeys and moves on. Does Virgil have any special powers over the damned? In the Middle … Continue reading

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