My words embrace a subject's or client's passions and strengths. They engage the reader to act positvely. I offer the best in editorial, PR and technical writing.This is the general website displaying a diversity of work. For other sites with specialized writings from food/drink and travel to grief survival, weddings, healthy and green living, click onto the individual links on the left hand column.Contact me at
LIKE us on Facebook.

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Shakespeare Abridged with Laughter

Confused by Shakespeare?

Back in high school, understanding the tragic love of Romeo and Juliet was easy amid all the teenage angst.

Even the power-hungry Lady MacBeth and her murderous, hen-pecked husband are familiar, though the three witches and their devious ditty can cause bewilderment.

Even the names can be vexing: Some come from Greek mythology or Roman history, but then you’ve got Limoges (is that not china?) of “King John,” Fang from “Henry IV, Part 2” and Dogberry from “Much Ado About Nothing.”

Add in Bottom, Mustardseed and Puck from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” and you might think Shakespeare had a thing for derrières, hockey and condiments.

To continue reading click here