Daily Archives: April 10, 2017

William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”: A Retelling in Prose — Act 1, Scene 2

— 1.2 — A number of craftsmen of Athens were meeting in the house of Peter Quince the carpenter: Nick Bottom the weaver, Francis Flute the bellows-mender, Tom Snout the tinker, Robin Starveling the tailor, and Snug the joiner, aka … Continue reading

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Female Insouciance Against Male Fascism

Saffiyah Khan says, “You have no power at all. Sad you amuses me.” Special bravery A female’s insouciance Against male fascism RECOMMENDED READING: Nosheen Iqbal: Protest photos: the power of one woman against the world (Guardian) The shot of Saffiyah … Continue reading

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David Bruce: His ladder knocked over

His ladder knocked over Man stranded high up on roof Cat-called a woman     Haiku with titles? “I am the Woman Who Knocks” Perfectly correct

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David Bruce: A face crying out

Source of Photo: andreas160578, https://pixabay.com/en/guitar-strange-bizarre-oblique-1325670/   A face crying out For a fist to damage it Backpfeifengesicht How to pronounce Backpfeifengesicht in German (YouTube) There is no real translation, but a few meanings you can find are: “a face that cries … Continue reading

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