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Soul and Wit

“An almost general custom in Italy is to deny Mothers the most precious gift, which is their Daughters’ education, which leaves them nothing but the sweet title of Mother” (qtd. in Calvani 10). Venetian author and translator Giustina Renier Michiel … Continue reading

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The Truth Behind Shakespeare’s Othello

The sophomores at my school are currently reading Othello, and I’ve been enjoying discussing it with them. I’m not their teacher for the classes that are reading it, but just for fun, I made a brief PowerPoint listing some of … Continue reading

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