Tag Archives: Comedy

Purveyors of Doubt

This is not aimed at all counselors out there.  More sort of a response to a show I’ve started to watch.   To those who do excellent work in helping folks sort things out, a huge thank you!  For those … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Lantern

Seated there on our blanket by the waterside We looked up and watch the lanterns glide Holding you close and safe we took this all in As I listened to our love blossom and begin You told me of how … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Molière – Tartuffe

Born on January 15, 1622, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, was best known by his stage name Moliere and became famed as a French playwright and actor prior to death on February 17, 1673.  He is considered by man as one of the … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Joseph Andrews – Henry Fielding

Henry Fielding died on October 8, 1754 Henry Fielding lived from April 22, 1707 until October 8, 1754.  During his life, this Englishman was a novelist and playwright known for his earthy satire and as the author of Tom Jones.  As … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Don Quixote – Cervantes

At least once in his life, William Faulkner said that he read Don Quixote once a year like some folks read the Bible.   It seems an interesting coincidence that the day I stumble across a Faulkner quote used as … Continue reading

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