Twelfth Night Article: Malvolio’s Madness

News has come that Malvolio, Puritan steward to the Countess Olivia, bared himself to his mistress this morn in the most knavish manner, adorned in garish yellow stockings done in the cross-gartered style and with a devilish counterfeit of a … Continue reading

Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”

Induction Scenes I and II In the induction, we meet a drunk beggar named Christopher Sly, who is arguing with the Hostess of an Alehouse over glassware he has broken in his drunken state. Sly leaves but soon passes out, … Continue reading

Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”

Induction Scenes I and II In the induction, we meet a drunk beggar named Christopher Sly, who is arguing with the Hostess of an Alehouse over glassware he has broken in his drunken state. Sly leaves but soon passes out, … Continue reading

William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”

Induction Scenes I and II In the induction, we meet a drunk beggar named Christopher Sly, who is arguing with the Hostess of an Alehouse over glassware he has broken in his drunken state. Sly leaves but soon passes out, … Continue reading

“The Taming of the Shrew” by William Shakespeare

Induction Scenes I and II In the induction, we meet a drunk beggar named Christopher Sly, who is arguing with the Hostess of an Alehouse over glassware he has broken in his drunken state. Sly leaves but soon passes out, … Continue reading

William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”

Induction Scenes I and II In the induction, we meet a drunk beggar named Christopher Sly, who is arguing with the Hostess of an Alehouse over glassware he has broken in his drunken state. Sly leaves but soon passes out, … Continue reading

Do You Know Everything About Shakespeare?

William Shakespeare, the middle child of John and Mary Shakespeare, was a poet in the late 1500s. His two siblings died in infancy and he was baptized on April 26, 1564. His birthdate is unknown, guessed to be on April … Continue reading