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Redefining Beauty: Giustina Renier Michiel

How does one go about translating Shakespeare into other languages? His language is so particular to its time and place, and he coined so many new phrases and has such an immense vocabulary. Yet Giustina Renier Michiel was arguably the … Continue reading

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“It’s Time to Redefine Beauty”

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The Old Lady and the Rebellion

(I meant to post this on June 15, but I was traveling and didn’t get to it. Here it is, a month late.) What does this woman with a pot have to do with ending a rebellion? She is Giustina … Continue reading

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