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Flower Symbolism In the play Hamlet

Flower Symbolism In the play Hamlet

This pic is very sentimental and nostalgic to me. Love it!

Două picturi prerafaelite

John William Waterhouse ~ Ophelia ~ 1889 ~ John William Waterhouse (English, was an English painter known for working in the Pre-Raphaelite style. He worked several decades after the breakup of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.

Ophelia Walks Away // a blog about the women in Shakespeare: the characters, the stories, and the lives of women in Shakespeare's time and today. // #welcome #blog #shakespeare #women #character #analysis #theatre #play #ophelia #river #flower #feminism

Ophelia Walks Away // a blog about the women in Shakespeare: the characters, the stories, and the lives of women in Shakespeare's time and today. // #welcome #blog #shakespeare #women #character #analysis #theatre #play #ophelia #river #flower #feminism

Ophelia and Hamlet loved each other so much. But the world didn't want them together. Hamlet wanted what's good for her but he only caused harm to her. He caused so much harm that she took her life.

Ophelia and Hamlet loved each other so much. Hamlet wanted what's good for her but he only caused harm to her. He caused so much harm that she took her life.

Photo Study Portrait No1 by Zeronis.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Official Post from ZERONIS: Here's my kick off exclusive portrait study I did! I'm still figuring out how to work with this awesome site so thank you for all the support!

Dear Diary:  Hold the feather as you would a pen. I've found that the best thing is to follow the curve so that the point curves down instead of up. When it curves up and there's a bead of ink under the nib, if the angle is too low, the bead can touch the paper and spread everywhere. Also, the shape of the quill under the plume may affect how easy it is to hold. So figure out where the top of the pen should be. http://www.flick.com/~liralen/quills/quills.html

Exactly what is a magic spell in real magic terms? No, we don't wave magic wands, say some words and turn our enemies into toads.

Vivien Leigh as Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1937

Vivien Leigh as 'Titania, Queen Of The Fairies' - 1937 - A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Old Vic Theatre, London - My favotite actress in my favorite Shakespearean play :D

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