Letters from Shakespeare: Fools

If you would find wisdom, seek out a wise man. Well, not always. Sometimes the deepest and most profound wisdom lies hidden with the weak and the foolish. Such wisdom […]

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Letters from Shakespeare: Love

Though I am a playwright at heart, there is another kind of poetry that I lavished much time and effort and passion upon: my sonnets. Sonnets only contain fourteen lines, […]

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In Defense of Hospitality and Storytelling

As an English professor and public speaker, I am afforded many opportunities to guide students of all ages and backgrounds through Homer’s Odyssey. One thing I love to emphasize along […]

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Why We Love to Visit Narnia

A full decade has now passed since Michael Ward published his groundbreaking Planet Narnia. While remaining faithful to the full Christian meanings of the Chronicles, Ward skillfully factored in a […]

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