Tag: shakespeare

  • Maths

    Additions 1+1=1 Magical union of the souls. 1+1+1=1 Magical union of the holy spirit, the father and the son. 1+1+1+ … +1=1 Magic life thanks to so many days… Is that right? Blue Magic – Grateful: https://youtu.be/wULARZnrkWg   Substractions “Trifles light as air are to the jealous confirmations strong as proofs of holy writ.” – […]

  • The Good tyrant ?

    The Good tyrant ?

      Tyranny can legally exist in a republic or a democracy.   For instance, Julius Caesar was a very good leader. And yet, he has been assassinated because contemporary politicians, family and citizens feared his successor would be given too much power. They wanted to maintain the Republic and even if they were satisfied with […]

  • 13

    Marriage at 13 is a bad idea. Just look at Romeo and Juliet… –  Women who were first married by age 18 – Our World in data: https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/women-married-by-age-18?year=1985 – Marriageable age – Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriageable_age – The 1962 Convention on Consent to Marriage, Minimum Age for Marriage, and Registration of Marriages – Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convention_on_Consent_to_Marriage,_Minimum_Age_for_Marriage_and_Registration_of_Marriages Wedding scene – Romeo + Juliet (1996)  […]

  • I can’t be a tyrant without you all

    I can’t be a tyrant without you all

    La historia de un hombre obsesionado con el poder Looking for Richard (1996): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Looking_for_Richard “The film is Pacino’s directorial debut. It is both a performance of selected scenes of William Shakespeare’s Richard III and a broader examination of Shakespeare’s continuing role and relevance in popular culture. The film was featured at the Sundance Film Festivalin January 1996 and […]

  • Shakespeare and his Juliets 

    Shakespeare and his Juliets 

    Shakespeare and his Juliets  Feeding a Multitude – The multiplication of Juliets This document deals with the meaning of the word “Shakespeare”. At first, we assume it refers to a man living in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries in England. But if we take a closer look, we realize that Shakespeare cannot refer to one single man, as the […]

  • How Juliette met Shakespeare

    This story starts in a train. Oh, no! … It started in a circus. Or rather, in a circus school. It definitely didn’t start with a book, nor with a stage. Let’s begin with the setting, this circus school. The old three-or-four-floor massive ruin was made out of pebbles from the Gardon, the river in Alès, a French city […]

  • Vision au réveil après un cauchemar

    Vision au réveil
après un cauchemar

    Vision au réveil après un cauchemar Ce photomontage a été effectué en 2012. Il montre la tête du tyran Richard III et la vision de ce qui reste de son cauchemar juste avant le réveil. La tête est tirée du tableau de David Garrick as Richard III (1745), by William Hogarth. Le tableau représente l’acte 5 scène 3 de la […]