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f'real Milkshakes 2 Apr 18
f'realism: Be yourself (and blend it yourself) 🌼
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Eli's Ice Cream 27 Apr 16
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YA BOY WILL SHAKES 25 Apr 13
"Those fuckers...."
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YA BOY WILL SHAKES 17 Apr 13
"This is the greatest sweatshirt to ever grace this campus" baller ain't seen my $3 forever 21, yo
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YA BOY WILL SHAKES 17 Apr 13
"I need a sackcloth!"
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Maia Hirschler 7 May 13
How can you have dinner with someone one night and go to war against him the next?
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Maia Hirschler 7 May 13
War in Troilus and Cressida: a friendly rivalry with huge stakes.
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Maia Hirschler 7 May 13
Hector: just after the armor: "Oh, pretty!" The Trojan War was actually just an enormous shopping trip.
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Eng 536_Will 17 Apr 13
How do different imaginations and interpretations affect the play?
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Eng 536_Will 17 Apr 13
There are lots of strange relationships and examples of bad parenting - should we condemn or accept them?
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Eng 536_Will 17 Apr 13
How should we consider the difference standard now, in Shakespeare's time, and in Pericles's time?
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Caroline Gutierrez 1 May 13
Trojans are thieves. It is an intrinsic aspect of their national identity. Must preserve reputation!
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Anna Stacy 23 Apr 13
Words and sight phallic?
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Dan Martucci 23 Apr 13
females are silent, males are victims
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Har English (Emily) 1 May 13
The metaphor the"pearl of great price" is layered. She is being objectified, while also being related to something vital.
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Dan Martucci 23 Apr 13
Pericles loses näivety by the end of the play and becomes somewhat of a sinic
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Caroline Gutierrez 1 May 13
Hector believes in the preservation of dignity. Society will crumble under disorder of female abduction.
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Caroline Gutierrez 1 May 13
Hector believes that marriage is a natural law.
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Har English (Emily) 1 May 13
Does Nestor say that the war will be over if they return Helen because he knows that they will not return her?
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Anna Stacy 23 Apr 13
Bloxham vs. Latin: the ultimate showdown
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