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William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, 5.4.41-42

Beatrice much ado about nothing character essay template Much Ado About Nothing; About Much Ado About Nothing; Introduction to the 1993 Film Much Ado About Nothing;

Madame Defarge from A Tale of Two Cities--fury personified!

Madame Defarge from A Tale of Two Cities--fury personified!

Original Antique Engraving from 1800's. Dickens story, "A Tale of Two Cities". Illustration by Fred Barnard.

"Original Antique Engraving from Dickens story, 'A Tale of Two Cities'. Illustration by Fred Barnard." Lucie and Carton?

Defy Gravity (thanks @Ashley Harrier I always have to listen to the whole Soundtrack a dozen times whenever someone references Wicked)

Keep Calm and Defy Gravity. Emery, you truly understand Wicked: Best Broadway Show!

Having a break. Smoking a cig. The Sound of Music. 1965.

Julie Andrews (Maria) and Christopher Plummer (Captain von Trapp) - The Sound of music directed by Robert Wise

Reminds me of the saying, smile to your face & stab you in the back

Make sure everybody in your boat is rowing and not drilling holes when you’re not looking -Trent Shelton

Playbill monthly magazine. The Scarlet Pimpernel on Broadway. Douglas Sills and Christine Andreas.

The Scarlet Pimpernel on Broadway. Douglas Sills and Christine Andreas.

Reflect upon your present blessings of which every man has many - not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some - Charles Dickens.

Charles Dickens Quotes - Reflect upon your present blessings of which every man has many - not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.

What writer doesn't want to weigh in on the French Revolution? Dickens fell in love with a golden-haired girl, and built his Tale of Two Cities story around her & doomed antihero Sydney Carton. I blogged March 27, 2015, with "A Dickens of a take on revolution." Image by Ralph Bruce, via wikimedia commons.

What writer doesn't want to weigh in on the French Revolution? Dickens fell in love with a golden-haired girl, and built his Tale of Two Cities story around her & doomed antihero Sydney Carton. I blogged March 27, 2015, with "A Dickens of a take on revolution." Image by Ralph Bruce, via wikimedia commons.

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