Long live Shakespeare !
Want to know 5 Fascinating facts about Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet play ? .
.Well there's new blog post up at : https://www.jasminatuzovic.com/single-post/2016/06/06/5-Fascinating-facts-about-Shakespeare’s-Romeo-and-Juliet .
The post is not just for Shakespeare fans but for anyone who likes learning something new everyday:) .
.anyways...the artwork is dedicated to Shakespeare's works and part of the "Shakespeare's Temple" fine art collection I've been working on for some time now!
"The Torch Doth Not Burn Tonight"
Dimensions: 35.5" x 55" .Medium: Oil Paint, Beeswax, Swarovski Crystals, 24k Gold Leaf on Belgian Linen . .
In this painting Juliet is portrayed as Shakespeare’s marionette, she’s become a visual metaphor for his ideas and she exists as an independent soul.
We can begin with Juliet’s position in this painting-here she unknowingly reads the storybook “Romeo and Juliet” and learns of her fate The book -a symbol of her reality was added reinforcing that this story is her story and Juliet continues to read discovering her tragic destiny. .
.the entire interpretation of the painting is at : .
Today is the day that I kind of have to explain myself. Oh well, here it goes... so, I know that I’ve been gone for a long time and I don’t really have an explanation for that, so just take my honest sorry, thank you. I mean, maybe I had to deal with some problems in my life and I didn’t quite have time for reading books and posting about my adventures while reading them, but the thing is — I’m back and better than ever, so thank you for not leaving me, thank you for staying with me and I can’t wait to talk with all of you again!
By the way, I did the worst thing that a reader can do — I have decided to put ‘Two years, eight months & Twenty-Eight nights’ aside and read it after a few months and the reason for that is that I lost my interest in that book through this rough time that I had, but I’ve finished W. Shakespear’s ‘Hamlet’ instead and you can expect me to write a review for this book soon enough, because I loved it so much! By the way, I know this may look old but it actually is! It’s an old and lithuanian edition of this amazing story.
Anyways, I really wanted to do many tags, don’t really know why, but I love them, so here’s one:
#tellsomethingaboutmyself and I was tagged by my great great great friend @kjandherbooks, thank you, my love.
• Favourite animal?
• Celeb crush?
// Either Cara Delevingne, Halsey, Alberto Rosende or Daniel Sharman. I have a lot of them, haha. 😅
• Favourite city?
// Uhh, maybe Milan?
• Country you want to visit?
// Spain or Australia!
• Era you want to visit?
// DADA ALL THE WAY!
Trechos de 🌹 O Menestrel 🌹
Depois de algum tempo você aprende a diferença, a sutil diferença entre dar a mão e acorrentar a alma. E você aprende que amar não significa apoiar-se,e que companhia nem sempre significa segurança. E começa aprender que beijos não são contratos, e que presentes não são promessas. E começa a aceitar suas derrotas com a cabeça erguida e os olhos adiante, com graça de um adulto e não a tristeza de uma criança. E aprende a construir todas as suas estradas no hoje, porque o terreno do amanhã é incerto demais para os planos, e o futuro tem o costume de cair meio em vão.
Aprende que quando está com raiva, tem direito de estar com raiva, mas isso não lhe dá o direito de ser cruel. Descobre que só porque alguém não o ama mais do jeito que você quer não significa que esse alguém não o ame com todas as forças, pois existem pessoas que nos amam, mas simplesmente não sabem como demonstrar ou viver isso. Aprende que nem sempre é suficiente ser perdoado por alguém, e que algumas vezes, você tem que aprender a perdoar a si mesmo... 💭💭😉🍀 (William Shakespeare)
"No sooner met but they looked; no sooner looked but they loved; no sooner loved but they sighed; no sooner sighed but they asked one another the reason; no sooner knew the reason but they sought the remedy" (As You Like It). What a whirlwind weekend of Shakespeare! Four shows in two days, a new record! Oh Melbourne and the Pop-up Globe, my Sydney heart yearns for thee though I have not left you yet! Four brilliant plays, two extraordinary casts, an amazing trip, and arguably the happiest I have been since the beginning of the year! Thank you both Globe and Melbourne for this extended birthday present. #popupglobe#shakespeare#williamshakespeare#theatre#outdoortheatre#happiness#asyoulikeit#birthdaypresent @popupglobe
[Much Ado About Nothing. 1993]
“What, my dear Lady Disdain! Are you yet living? ...
Beatrice: Is it possible disdain should die while she hath such meet food to feed it as Signor Benedick?”
Besides Katherine and Petruchio, Benedick and Beatrice are two of my favourite Shakespearean characters. Based on the play Much Ado About Nothing, their vitriolic repartee sets fire to the script. And is delightful to watch on screen, as Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh play their part out to perfection.
An enormously enjoyable romp through the Bard’s Sicilian tale (although the film is set in Tuscany), and a wonderful supporting cast include the exquisitely lovely Kate Beckinsale, Denzel Washington, Richard Briers and Brian Blessed... the star-studded list goes on. It is an deal sun-soaked antidote if you’re already missing those golden rays of summer.
Cadı Tohumu raflarda!
#WilliamShakespeare 'in ölümünün 400. yılı dolayısıyla başlatılan "Shakespeare Yeniden" serisi kapsamındaki Cadı Tohumu, Margaret Atwood'un, sanat-hayat ilişkisi; taklit ve yeniden yaratım; Shakespeare'in ve sanatın çağları aşan yorum gücü üzerine hınzır bir ironiyle kurduğu olağanüstü bir roman. #caditohumu#kitap#yeniçıkanlar