Daily Archives: April 14, 2019

David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s TROILUS AND CRESSIDA: A Retelling in Prose — Act 2, Scene 3

— 2.3 — Thersites stood in front of Achilles’ tent in the Greek camp and talked to himself. Thersites had been Ajax’ Fool, but now he was Achilles’ Fool. Fools, aka jesters, had the freedom to satirize other people. Much … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Lloyd Alexander’s THE CASTLE OF LLYR: A Discussion Guide — Chapter 2: Dinas Rhydnant

Chapter 2: Dinas Rhydnant What is Dinas Rhydnant? Dinas Rhydnant is a stronghold and a city on the Isle of Mona. On a high cliff on the Isle of Mona is located the palace ofKing Rhuddlum and Queen Teleria of … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Transplants Stories

Claude Massop of Bloomfield, CT, needed a new heart to stay alive. He had already had two heart surgeries, and unless he had a heart transplant he was not expected to live past his fourth birthday. Fortunately, he got one. … Continue reading

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