Shakespeare and Myth When I was a teenager I picked up a copy of Robert Graves’s The White Goddess. I… Read more Larkin, Hughes, Shakespeare, Myth
What makes you like what you like? Does it say anything about you? In this post we find it all comes down to a mullion window.
Here is a good review by Robin Lane Fox about the issue of Shakespeare’s gardens. https://www.ft.com/content/dc9c1bb6-b19d-11e6-9c37-5787335499a0
In winter the garden stops growing. This path leads down the hill from Carmen’s house. On the left the hill… Read more Paths, walls, conundrums
The Oscar Wilde Society UK This is the first place to look for information about Wilde and contemporary scholarship. It… Read more Oscar Wilde Around the World
Seventeen-year-old struggling with the objectifying gaze wants to know if he is going to get laid.
Why are straight men embarrassed by gay literature? Get with the times. Don’t get caught by the tide of reaction. Do some reading and educate yourself!
You can read a garden, but can you read the garden itself. Hermes comes into the garden with his caduceus to conduct the dialogue.
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How do you read a garden? What is a garden all about really?