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Peer Review 2

You’ve done an amazing job of capturing the (very flawed) thoughts of Mars in this moment. I appreciate the way you have captured his arrogance so that almost the entirety of his thoughts revolves around himself. It reflects the painting itself, how Rhea is depicted in cool blues and white while being surrounded with theContinue reading “Peer Review 2”

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Shakespeare and The Renaissance Blog 2

 What touched you most in your visit to the State (Mitchell) Library, the Shakespeare Room and the Shakespeare sculpture today? The Shakespeare memorial that stands outside the State Library was striking. Risking life and limp, we dashed across the busy highway entry point to the median strip where it stands. Shakespeare stands above several ofContinue reading “Shakespeare and The Renaissance Blog 2”

Peer Review 1

Thank you for writing this Georgia, I really enjoyed reading it. You’ve done a great job of re-imagining Petrarch’s words from Rima 140. The metaphorical description of a love as an entity that is birthed clawing and grinding is very striking. The tone you’ve established creates this eerie sense of macabre beauty that really reflectsContinue reading “Peer Review 1”