In this post Steven discussed the parent-child relationships in Hamlet and the portion that I commented on related to his implied claim that Claudius is a better person than Gertrude.

In this post Ester talked about Jackson Pollock’s painting and discusses the effect she believes Pollock’s biography specifically had on his painting. After that, she talked about what she believed Nancy Sullivan’s poem meant.

In this post Tyler discussed a painting of what he believed was Ophelia in the line “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance; pray, love, remember: and there is pansies. that’s for thoughts.” He commented specifically on Ophelia’s resemblance to angelic and Mother Earth-like figures.


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