Doubt thou the stars are fire;
Doubt that the sun doth move;
Doubt truth to be a liar;
But never doubt I love.
- Shakespeare ; Hamlet. .
Okay ! Truth be told.
I can't maintain a theme.
Now a lot of you guys loved my wooden pictures , the blue background ones , the portraits and the pink ones.
But every once a while , I randomly click a picture that comes out great and I can't post it because my theme won't allow.
So no more theme! 💕🙈
I loves these editions from @panmacmillanindia
#unitedbookstagram #bookstagramindia #delhibookstafam #worldbookday #shakespeare
“April hath put a spirit of youth in everything.” ― William Shakespeare, Sonnet XCVIII.
We hope you've been enjoying spring's rejuvenating energy in the air!
Happy belated, Shakespeare ✨
Je tiens ce monde pour ce qu’il est : un théâtre où chacun doit jouer son rôle #shakespeare
Ahir vam passar una molt bona diada de Sant Jordi, vam celebrar també el dia del llibre, que és també el de la mort de Cervantes i Shakespeare. Vam fer sortides curriculars de 1r a 3r d'ESO, mentre 4t venia roses per ajudar a sufragar el viatge de final de curs i Batxillerat es preparava de valent per afrontar el final de curs.
#curs201718 #insdperramon #santjordi #santjordi2018
🌹 #celebració #shakespeare #cervantes
Couverture de l’artbook du Requiem du Roi des Roses 🥀 (Non, il n’est pas prévu que nous l’editions pour le moment.)
Yesterday it was apparently Shakespeare's birthday - although I read somewhere recently that this actually isn't confirmed? - so here's a photo of my collected Shakespeare plays.
I had to buy this for a course on Shakespeare's history plays which I took in my last semester of uni. I don't know how I feel about him, because I'm not into poetry a lot of the verse goes over my head, but I LOVE A Midsummer Night's Dream and I also really enjoyed Hamlet and the Henry VI plays. My reaction to other plays is much more mixed, but I thought Romeo and Juliet was incredible when I saw it performed by the RSC, so I'd like to see more performed. And I still haven't been to the Globe!
How does everyone else feel about Shakespeare?
One of the genres of Shakespearean plays is tragedy. The most known Shakespearean tragedies are Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, Julius Caesar and Macbeth. The more one comprehends Shakespearean tragedy, the more complicated the play gets. Each play holds the boldest and most valuable characters with striking personalities. #shakespeare #tragedy #stories #books #bookstagram #literature #theliterarycircle
said it best, “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances”