Tag Archives: Berowne

“A time, methinks, too short/To make a world-without-end bargain in.”

Love’s Labour’s Lost Act Five, Part One By Dennis Abrams Loved it.  LOVED it.  I can, I think, understand why Bloom holds the play in such high esteem – it is the first play we’ve read so far of Shakespeare’s, … Continue reading

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“And among three, to love the worst of all,/A whitely wanton with a velvet brow,/With two pitch-balls stuck in her face for eyes;”

Love’s Labour’s Lost Act Three By Dennis Abrams ——————- Act Three:  Don Armado makes a move for Jaquenetta by employing Costard (who he has released from custody), to send her a passionate love letter.  Thinking along the same lines, Berowne … Continue reading

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“Did not I dance with you at Brabant once?”

Love’s Labour’s Lost Act Two By Dennis Abrams ————————- Act Two:  The King’s plan to impose a new moral order hits an unexpected snag:  The Princess of France arrives in Navarre with three ladies, announcing that her father will repay … Continue reading

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