Harriet Walter discusses the recent all-female productions of Henry IV and Julius Caesar.
"Only you give me purpose, you I desire. Go on, walk on. You must be destroyed.”
"Macbeth" William Shakespeare.
Album: Bad Blood (The Extended Cut)
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First and foremost: What a fucking nerd. Like, I may mostly run the Sci-Fi Club, but Nat, Kelly and the other ex-leader (who doesn’t use tumblr and thus will remain unnamed) are total nerds. Meanwhile I’m a weab nerd poser. Like, hardcore fake gamer boy, edible controllers and sexy DDR posing all the way.
But anyways what a nerd. What a collegion of nerds.
Also gravity falls is great if you’re reading this and don’t watch it you’re missing out.
Oh my gosh I miss you guys. Like Nat I just saw you but Ross I haven’t seen you in such a long time and it makes me really sad. How is Sci-Fi Club without us?
Literature Meme — Five Poets — Emily Dickinson (1/5)
To make the abstract tangible, to define meaning without confining it, to inhabit a house that never became a prison, Dickinson created in her writing a distinctively elliptical language for expressing what was possible but not yet realized. Like the Concord Transcendentalists whose works she knew well, she saw poetry as a double-edged sword. While it liberated the individual, it as readily left him ungrounded. [x]
horrible histories | trés amusant
spent some time outside on this chilly autumn day reading the two towers and watching the leaves fall
Bob Hale Reports | 2x05 | Crusades Report
"Well, I’m Bob Hale and I’m on a bit of a crusade to tell you all about the Crusades, a series of extremely violent religious wars that started nearly a thousand years ago."
Savage Songs | 3x06 | Measly Middle Ages
Savage Songs | 4x03 | Groovy Greeks
THE REACTION FACES ARE WHAT I LIVE FOR
Songs for and poems by the war poets.1. Anthem For Doomed Youth (Wilfred Owen) - Sean Bean | 2. The Half-Killed - Dario Marianelli | 3. The Last Laugh (Wilfred Own) - Sean Bean | 4. Panic Attack - Turin Brakes | 5. Attack (Siegfried Sassoon) - Gemma Arterton | 6. Elegy For Dunkirk - Dario Marianelli | 7. Dulce et Decorum Est (Wilfred Own) - Christopher Eccleston | 8. Broken Crown - Mumford & Sons | 9. How To Kill (Keith Douglas) - Noel Clarke | 10. Letters - Yann Tiersen | 11. Arms and the Boy (Wilfred Own) - Gemma Arterton | 12. Well Worn Hand - Editors | 13. Suicide In The Trenches (Siegfried Sassoon) - Stephen Graham | 14. Shallow Grave - The Tallest Man On Earth | 15. In Times Of Peace (John Agard) - Noel Clarke | 16. After The Bombs - The Decemberists | 17. Last Post (Carol Ann Duffy) - Vicky McClure | 18. Home From War - Frightened Rabbit | 19. The Dug Out (Siegfried Sassoon) - Sophie Okondeo | 20. Ghosts That We Knew - Mumford & Sons | 21. The Soldier (Rupert Brooke) - Sophie Okondeo | 22. Goodbye England (Covered In Snow) - Laura Marling | Bonus: The Soldiering Life - The Decemberists