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Shakespeare the Truth Other Greats - The Common Denominator: Innate Intellect - Second Edition
Price: Free! Words: 16,720. Language: English. Published: January 30, 2020 by MoshPit Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Shakespeare, Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Bowling
Do you want to know?: 1. Shakespeare's personal secret found out after 400 years 2. How to put the head of a 30-year-old on a teenager 3. So many other things about life and living from golf to violin playing Yes? Then you need to read 'Shakespeare the Truth other Greats: The Common Denominator: Innate Intellect'.
診斷莎士比亞 李爾王 第一場
Price: $5.64 USD. Words: 3,480. Language: Chinese (traditional). Published: August 20, 2019. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Shakespeare
精神科醫生的工作對醫生本身沒有益處。每天在分辨一個人究竟有精神病與否,但卻對生命的本質和價值無從稽考。以為一切也可以有診斷工具作為計算,但自己的生活可能還不夠病人幸福。 《李爾王》是莎士比亞四大悲劇之一。要知道悲劇有一個前設,就是主角的本身,是幸福而不是痛苦,是富裕而不是貧窮,是高貴而不是下賤。祇不過因為性格上的一些缺陷,或者生命上一些錯誤的抉擇,人生軌跡一直向下螺旋,拾級而下,成為警世的悲劇。 閱讀悲劇,可以參考主角的前驅之鑒。細讀悲劇,更可品味人生,學問人情世故。這是精神科的診斷指南之中尋找不到的。 《診斷莎士比亞——李爾王》於網上連載,現已來到第二場。雖然,小鳥醫生儘量把每一段獨立成章,讓最新加入的讀者能夠瞭解。但畢竟每一篇文章都是連貫,沒有前因,新讀者也難以投入。故此先把第一場39篇文章結集成書,讓新的讀者可以適應,舊的讀者可以回味。 希望大家喜歡《診斷莎士比亞——李爾王》
Indifferent Honest Christian Reflections on Hamlet
Price: Free! Words: 16,210. Language: English. Published: November 2, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Shakespeare, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Theology / Apologetics
This booklet reviews the famous play from Shakespeare while interjecting Christian thoughts.
Soliloquies: The Lady Doth Indeed Protest
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 8,950. Language: English. Published: August 10, 2011 by Magenta. Categories: Poetry » Female authors, Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Shakespeare
Lady MacBeth kill herself? Please. And Portia—you don’t think someone that intelligent would be pissed to be bait and trophy? "Soliloquies: the lady doth indeed protest" is a collection of soliloquies by Ophelia, Lady MacBeth, Regan, Portia, Desdemona, Kate, Isabella, Juliet, Marina, and Miranda—protesting the role given to them by Shakespeare.