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Shakespeare cartoonified: Romeo and Juliet — Introduction

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Following in the (long-past) wake of The Merchant of Venice cartoonified, I am very excited to present Romeo and Juliet in the same format. I hope to improve on the previous series: less disorganisation, more analysis and, in particular, deal with the issue of R&J as a Shakespearean comedy. (more…)

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If you come to a fork in the road

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Ambiguous “plant hire”

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If you ever want to start a company with the goal of providing a service people never knew they needed, I already placed dibs on this idea, okay? (more…)


A lesson in archaic pronouns

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If you want to use the old forms of words, you should learn how to do it correctly.

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The joy of words

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I love puns and playing with words. And while a good witticism is truly an enormous amount of fun, my favourite is finding a pun in an ordinary word, whether in the form of a homophone or simply as-is.

Please, enjoy some of my favourite puns.

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Sometimes I get very annoyed with amateur literary critics

I feel obliged to warn you that this post is very wordy and not very funny at all.

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