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Maple Cross School 17m
Year 5 have been exploring the beginning of The Tempest ready for their performance. They have been using their bodies to create the sound of a storm. Today, they used their learning to produce some incredible sentences describing the storm.
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pinktaxiblogger 10m
Let me be thar I am and seek not to alter me
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Vibe Kellermann 18s
What the cold said to my voice this morning. So sweater and tea for me... good it’s autumn 🤗💋
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Shade Sep 18
Say as you think and speak it from your souls. —
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StoicShakespeare Sep 16
Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs
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Adam Hembree Sep 19
Yesterday had our 150th improvised Shakespeare play. I'm obsessed with now. In honor of these two facts, I present to you: , a thread where characters roll their plots. Hamlet: ‘I ready an Action.’
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shakedspeare 8h
But being charg'd, we will be singuled from the barbarous.
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shakedspeare Sep 19
Even as thou wilt, sweet Warwick, let it be; Great Hector was as good a trick as ever hangman serv'd thief.
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StoicShakespeare Sep 19
This above all: to thine own self be true
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shakedspeare 12h
It's no matter for that.
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shakedspeare 27m
Titinius is enclosed round about With horsemen, that make to him on the barren mountains let him starve!
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shakedspeare Sep 19
Preach some philosophy to make me love him, I'll be hang'd.
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shakedspeare Sep 19
Why, and I challenge nothing but my shame and the odd hits.
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Zoran 19h
"Give 1 million monkeys 1 million typewriters and they'll eventually type the entire works of William ." Well, thanks to the internet, we know that not to be the case. Case closed.
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Lee Alan Morrow Sep 18
There is a world elsewhere.
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Brendan Myers, PhD Sep 17
Tonight I've been thinking about , The Tempest. A revenge drama, in which Prospero doesn't get his vengeance. Instead he grows a heart, moving him to give up his wish for vengeance. Are there any modern stories like that?
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Fairways & Freeways Sep 19
festival is go!!! (Maybe, cause, despite the sign... It's raining)
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FallCreekPictures 14h
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Sonnet the Hedgehog Sep 19
More Autumnal words (I’m on a roll!) from in Sonnet 73
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tibaldorodriguez Sep 19
"We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep"
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