Review Of The Tempest - By William Shakespeare


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The other day, I was at Starbucks and saw a familiar face. It was a young lady and she was taking notes while she was reading a small book. I asked what she was reading, and she said with a smile; The Bible. She also had another notebook with her, some sort of study guide, and so I asked what the topic was, knowing that The Bible is filled with many lessons and philosophical teachings. She was studying ethics, Christian Ethics.
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Nothing at all worked in Niels' life. Not for Lyhne, his father, whose wife made him feel 'like a fish suffocating in hot air', or his mother, Bartholine, who continued to live in her befuddled world of dreams and fantasy while her marital ship sunk. Not even the birth of Niels could bring his parents together.
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