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    Kev

    Most on line dictionaries don┤t mention "bark" as a ship at all. One exeption I found is Merrian-Webster (noun3), I don┤t remember though if it is from UK or US.
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    RIP Franco Zefirrelli

    He died at 96.

    https://www.dw.com/en/italian-director-franco-zeffirelli-dead-at-96/a-49221370


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50IiF1rTTGQ
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    I hope it opens in US. Google insist that I...

    I hope it opens in US.

    Google insist that I prove that I`m not a robo.
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    Thanks, PB! :D Here you are (I hope!) ...

    Thanks, PB! :D

    Here you are (I hope!)
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    This link, specially the first essay, might be...

    This link, specially the first essay, might be helpfull.
  6. Thanks, Pip. Unfortunately this score system...

    Thanks, Pip.
    Unfortunately this score system wouldn┤t work here, we have to stick to the exams, which is something very stressy for the students. What I find interesting in the system is that you...
  7. I see. What interests me, Pip: How does one...

    I see. What interests me, Pip:
    How does one reach de pre-uni college and the uni level? The students probably have to pass an examination or a contest to become accepted at the university.
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    Yes, you would certainly pay attention to the specific aspects of the literary texts. My objection to cultural studies is when they focus only on the content forgetting these specifities.
    What...
  9. I am not sure, but Pip can set me right on it,...

    I am not sure, but Pip can set me right on it, that his thematic choice for his course, was in the line of what today is called "cultural studies". I am never sure about "cultural studies", but it...
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    Hi, Camilo,

    I┤m putting this link in (seems to be the most recent translation), so that people might get an idea of Rosas┤s language:
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    Yes, I see it's another conception of Zen. ...

    Yes, I see it's another conception of Zen.
    Peter Qince is a self-parody of Shakespeare himself ,yes. And the part of Pyramus and Thisbe is one of the most funniest things Shakespeare' has ever...
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    With the original. Probably because I...

    With the original. Probably because I understood the translation better.
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    Without wanting to make a pun, but not discarding...

    Without wanting to make a pun, but not discarding it either, I think there you went to the bottom of the matter. Shakespeare so very often puts his favorite truths in the mouths of the fools and the...
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    Kev, my relationship with Shakespeare is a very...

    Kev, my relationship with Shakespeare is a very curious one. I first read him in German, because my father had the famous translation of Schlegel and Tieck. The effect of this translation on the...
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    Yes, and "barco" and "barcaša" and so on. But I probably was looking for the English associations to "bark".
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    I like your intelectual honesty, Kev, and your...

    I like your intelectual honesty, Kev, and your persistence with literary themes.

    I think Shakespeare┤s poetic language is purposely elaborate. It is not easily to access, maybe because the...
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    Sorry! Double post

    Sorry! Double post
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    Yes, that's exactly the play I mean (it's the ...

    Yes, that's exactly the play I mean (it's the one under discussion) and I think the word infatuation you used best describes this kind of love. I also agree that this play is much more...
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    Nice reading, PB. It seems to me that the...

    Nice reading, PB. It seems to me that the changeability of love is one of the themes of this play.
    Elisabethan English is difficult anyway for us today, but in the shakesperian baroque wordplays is...
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    I think the significance lies in the fact that at certain times a prayer house as such would be respected and avoided, whatever the faith it represented.
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_seamstress_(A_Ta...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_seamstress_(A_Tale_of_Two_Cities) But the seamstress only appears at the end of the story and has little relevance to the plot.

    Here you have some sugestions:...
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    Gorgeous new pics, Tony! Standing out: the...

    Gorgeous new pics, Tony!

    Standing out: the difference of colors from Cayman to Georgia.
  23. Thread: Spam??

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    Spam??

    Looks like a new spammer is just entering the forum.
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    Thanks, Tailor!

    Thanks, Tailor!
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    Noticed just now that you have reactivated the...

    Noticed just now that you have reactivated the thread.

    That are fine news about the dark side of the moon.

    I had to put in this video about the first collective image of a black hole. I hope...
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