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Harriet Walter: On the Donmar stage, all Shakespeare's players are women

shakespearean:

Harriet Walter discusses the recent all-female productions of Henry IV and Julius Caesar.

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unreasonablyme:

"Only you give me purpose, you I desire. Go on, walk on. You must be destroyed.”

unreasonablyme:

"Only you give me purpose, you I desire. Go on, walk on. You must be destroyed.”

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tigermousse:

"Macbeth" William Shakespeare.

tigermousse:

"Macbeth" William Shakespeare.

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Track Name: The Silence
Artist: Bastille
Album: Bad Blood (The Extended Cut)
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Tell me a piece of your history
that you’re proud to call your own
Speak in words you picked up
as you walked through life alone.
We used to swim in your stories
and be pulled down by their tide,
choking on the words
and drowning with no air inside.

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psychopompglompyo:

televisionismydivision:

hey guys! i’m looking for more gravity falls blogs to follow for more content for my gravity falls blog

so if you post a lot of gravity falls/alex hirsch stuff, please like/reblog this and i’ll check you out! 

also following my gf blog would be greatly appreciated :3 thanks!

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?

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thisbrilliantsky:


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]

thisbrilliantsky:

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]

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atthefinishline:

horrible histories | trés amusant

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spent some time outside on this chilly autumn day reading the two towers and watching the leaves fall

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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."

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Savage Songs | 3x06 | Measly Middle Ages

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"Isn’t it odd how much fatter a book gets when you’ve read it several times? As if something were left between the pages every time you read it. Feelings, thoughts, sounds, smells…and then, when you look at the book again many years later, you find yourself there, too, a slightly younger self, slightly different, as if the book had preserved you like a pressed flower…both strange and familiar"
 Cornelia Funke, Inkspell (via book-answers)
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Source: book-answers Via: 23books
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Savage Songs | 4x03 | Groovy Greeks

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guy:

THE REACTION FACES ARE WHAT I LIVE FOR

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the-library-and-step-on-it:

ANTHEMS FOR DOOMED YOUTHS
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

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the-library-and-step-on-it:

ANTHEMS FOR DOOMED YOUTHS

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

8tracks

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