Daily Archives: March 30, 2019

David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s TITUS ANDRONICUS: A Retelling in Prose — Act 2, Scenes 1-2

— 2.1 — In front of the palace, Aaron the Moor stood alone. He said to himself, “Now Tamora has climbed to the top of Mount Olympus, home of the gods. She is safe from the slings and arrows of … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Dante’s PARADISE: A Discussion Guide — “Canto 20: Jupiter — Two Pagans in Paradise (Ripheus and Trajan)”

“Canto 20: Jupiter — Two Pagans in Paradise (Ripheus and Trajan)” Briefly describe the six famous souls who championed justice on Earth. As seen in profile, the Eagle’s eye is composed of six famous souls (two Christians, two Jews, and two … Continue reading

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