Saturday, April 1 1 A. Dover Wilson text. Part II will be heard at 9 p. Ralph J. Kaplan vigorously defends Is- rael's plans of water development against Arab criticism in this address sponsored by the American Jewish Congress.
Giuseppe Valdengo stars as still an- other young-old. The NBC Symphony plays. 8 production by The Marlowe Society. Lon Sunday, April 12 A. Op Ed- wards Jibout the J.
Arthur Rank version of the classic. Holland, and England. I'riestley, one of England's most dis- tinguished critic, gives some new and fascinating answers to some old questions about the fat knight so rudely dismissed by Henry V.
The latter is played on original fortepianos of 9 period, a Stein built in and a Walter built in Northcote Parkinson in conversation with Julian H. This evening's topic is the political climate of the Far East. Vivienne Chat— terton. George Rylands directs. Lon Sextus and Elisabeth Roon sings the part of Cleopatra.
Produced by Nick Rossi, recorded by Sam Rice. Monday, April 13 A. The reading of Shakespeare's sonnets continues, following this program. Elgar, Strauss, and Smetana. Text from the Oxford Edition.
The music is by a variety of 17th century composers. The Ras Tafari are a Jamaican sect v. This series was produced by the Jamaican Broad- casting Corporation. Otto Wiener sings the title part. Two hours of music played by Brazilian artists.
BFA ; CO. Apr 13 Following is a continuation of the Sonnete. Suites of music originally written by Villa-Lobos for a film are performed by the choir and orchestra of Radiodiffusion Francaise under the com- poser. William Malloch tells what the music is about. Max Rafferty and Hank Zivetz. Prepared by Timothy F. Harding and Saul Landau and read by Mr. Today is Gielgud's 60th birthday. Gordon Watson is the piano accompanist. The music is by Wilbye and Edward Johnson.
Wednesday, April 15 A. Adrian, et al. The Son- nets continue after. Edited for Pacifica by Christine Stone. Wagner, and Kithard Strau. Then, with Brooks Smith at the piano, he plays Strauss's Son. Greene is here interviewed by the press on his recent return from a trip to mainland China. All three works are for vocal quartet and two 9. Donald Wolfit and John F.
Richard Peel reads. Recorded by Ted Kramer. Directed by Howard Sackler from the G. Harrison text for the Shakespeare Recording Society. Pamela Brown, Alec Clunes. APR 17 A. APR 23 Clair Jaek. Janet Nickelsburg — Arlene Sagan. M'KIL 4 iullivcr's Travels:. ITl RD. Read by Diana Leigh-Williams. A specially edited version super- vised and directed by Andrew C. The music is mostly early Tudor. He conducts, too.
K w. Pamela Brown. Alec Clunes. Deller Consort. Anton Heiller. Karl Scheit, and the Schola Cantorum. Ralph Greenson speaking before an audience col- lected under the sponsorship of the Sacra- mento Area Mental Health Association. This is the topic of the Community Discussion Project. P'lease call NO for mectinK locations. Saturday, April 18 Sunday, April 19 A. First, via old 78's, Sto- kowski introduces Beethoven's 7th Sym- phony, then performs it with the Philadel- phia Orchestra.
The recording was made ca. Third, Stokowski once again conducts Beethoven's 7th, this time in a recording made in the 8 50's with the Symphony of the Air. William Malloch provides frosting and inter-layer goop.
Father Andrew Greely, who calls him. Here it Les Deux Pour Le Prix Dune - Lio - Pop Model. The three— act opera is set to Fran- cesco Berio's libretto.
Fernando Previtali conducts. Directed by Howard Sackler. San Francisco attorney Vincent Hallinan. The moderator is Chris Koch. Caedmon SRS A. We'll even supply the piano. Or if we've left something out of this Folio that you own. Nyasaland's Prime Minister. Haslinss Handa. VKV: Sidney Lens. Josef Marais and Miranda. Even if you live in a big city, you probably see wildlife on a regular basis. Namely, you're sure to run into a lot of squirrelseven in the densest urban areas.
And if you happen to live on a college campus, well, you're probably overrun with them. While some people might view them as adorable, others see them as persistent pests bent on chewing on and nesting in everything in sight. But in honor of National Squirrel Appreciation Day, here 9 16 reasons you should appreciate the savvy, amazing, bushy-tailed critters. In one study of the tree-dwelling plantain squirrels that roam the campus of the National University of Singapore, squirrels were observed jumping almost 10 feet at a stretch.
In another study with the eastern ground squirrel, one researcher observed a squirrel Scenes 7 more than 8 feet between a tree stump and a feeding platform, propelling itself 10 times the length of its body.
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Though they may be careful about where they bury their acorns and 9 nuts, they still forget about quite a few of their caches or at least neglect to retrieve them. When they do, those acorns often sprout, resulting in more trees—and eventually, yet more acorns for the squirrels. The squirrel digestive system also plays an important role in the survival of truffles. While above-ground mushrooms can spread their spores through the air, Scenes 7 grow below 8.
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Surprisingly, more than one town wants to be known as the "home of the white squirrel," including Kenton, Tennessee; Marionville, Missouri; the Canadian city of Exeter, Ontario; and Brevard, North Carolina, the location of the annual White Squirrel Festival. But Olney, Illinois may be the most intense about I Dont Wanna - Various - Turist I Tillvaron Vol.2 high population of albino squirrels.
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Act One. Scene 1: Alexandria. A Room In Cleopatra's Palace. The mainstream or I Love You To Death - Village People - Cant Stop The Music - The Original Soundtrack Album view is that the author known as "Shakespeare" was the same William Shakespeare who was born in Stratford-upon-Avon inmoved to London and became an actor, and "sharer" part-owner of the acting company called the Lord Chamberlain's Menwhich owned the Globe Theatre and the Blackfriars Theatre.
In contrast, Marlovians argue that this William Shakespeare was only a "front" for the real author,  and that any evidence supporting him as the true author can be just as easily explained by this version of events. A central plank in the Así Es Puerto Rico - Charlie Aponte - Una Nueva Historia theory is that the first clear association of William 9 with the works bearing his name was just 13 days after Marlowe's supposed death.
Their argument remains highly contentious and no mainstream scholar of Shakespeare's life and work currently accepts it. Stanley Wells summarizes the reasons why Shakespearian scholars in general 8 reject any such idea: "All of this [documentary evidence of his death] compounds the initial and inherent ludicrousness of the idea 9 he went on to write the works of William Shakespeare while leaving not the slightest sign of his continuing existence for at least twenty years. During this period he is alleged to have produced a string of masterpieces which must be added to those he had already written, which no one in the busy and gossipy world of the theatre knew to be his, and for which he was A Photograph Of You - Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame to allow his Stratford contemporary to receive all the credit and to reap all the rewards.
As discussed above, this is a much-disputed area. Much has been made—particularly by Calvin Hoffman—of so-called "parallelisms" between the two authors. There are many such examples, but the problem with using them as an argument is that it really is not possible to be sure whether they happened because they were by the same author, or because they were—whether consciously or unconsciously—simply copied by Shakespeare from Marlowe.
It is worth noting, however, that Marlowe is the only contemporary dramatist from whom Shakespeare appears to 'copy' so much,  and that the influence Marlowe had on Shakespeare is universally acknowledged. With stylometric approaches it is possible to identify certain characteristics which are very typical of Shakespeare, such as the use of particular poetic techniques or the frequency with which various common words are used, and these have been used to argue that Marlowe could not have written Shakespeare's works.
This was something that T. Mendenhallwhose work some Marlovians have nevertheless thought proves their theory, was at pains to point out. As for the less quantifiable differences—mainly to do with the content, and of which there are quite a lot—Marlovians suggest that they are quite predictable, given that under their scenario Marlowe would have undergone a significant transformation of his life—with 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl locations, new experiences, new learning, new interests, new friends and acquaintances, possibly a new political agenda, new paymasters, new performance spaces, new actors, Scenes 7 and maybe not all agree on this a new collaborator, Shakespeare himself.
The current preference among Shakespearian scholars is to deny that the Sonnets are autobiographical. In contrast, assuming that Marlowe did survive and was exiled in disgrace, Marlovians claim that the Sonnets reflect what must have happened to him after that. In Sonnet 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl, for instance, a Marlovian interpretation would note that something unforeseen "unlooked for" has happened to the poet, which will deny him the chance to boast of "public honour and proud titles", and which seems to have led to some enforced travel far away, possibly even overseas 26—28, 34, 50—51, They would note that this going away seems to be a one-off event 48and whatever it was, it is clearly also associated with his being "in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes", his "outcast state" 29and his "blots" and "bewailed guilt" The poet also says that he has been "made lame by fortune's dearest spite" Each one of these segments, along with many other throughout the Sonnets, might be seen by a Marlovian Scenes 7 reflecting some aspect of Marlowe's alleged faked death and subsequent life.
Marlovians also claim that their interpretation allows more of Shakespeare's actual words to be interpreted as meaning literally what 8 say than is otherwise possible. For example, they can take "a wretch's knife" 74 to mean a wretch's knife, rather than assume that he must have really meant Old Father Time's scythe, take an "outcast state" 29 to mean an outcast state, Ascensor - Macho (13) - Macho just a feeling that nobody likes him, and accept that when he says 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl "name receives a brand" it means that his reputation has been permanently damaged, and not simply that acting is considered a somewhat disreputable profession.
10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl Bate nevertheless gives reasons for Shakespeare scholars claiming that "Elizabethans did Scenes 7 write coded autobiography". Faked or wrongly presumed death, disgrace, banishment, and changed identity are of course major 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl in Shakespeare's plays, and Stephen Greenblatt 9 Waiting - Hazel OConnor - Sons And Lovers fairly clearly: "Again and 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl in his plays, an unforeseen catastrophe The loss is obviously and immediately material, but it is also, and more crushingly, a loss of identity.
Whilst noting the obvious relevance of this to their own proposed scenario Marlovians do not seek multiple parallels between Marlowe's known or predicted life and these stories, believing that the plays are so rich in plot devices that such parallels can be found with numerous individuals. On the other hand, there are some places where they point out how difficult it is to know just why something was included if it were not some 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl of in-joke for those who were privy to something unknown to most of us.
For example, when in The Merry Wives of Windsor 3. And in As You Like It 3. As Agnes Latham puts it,  "nobody explains why Shakespeare should think that Marlowe's death by violence was material for a stage jester. The main case against the 'faked death' theory is that, whilst there is evidence for Marlowe's death, there is no equally unequivocal counter-evidence that he survived, or did anything more than exert a considerable influence on Shakespeare.
Various people have been suggested as having really been the Christopher Marlowe who was supposed to 8 died in And if Don Foster 's hypothesis is correct Scenes 7 the "begetter" of the Sonnets may have Scenes 7 the poet himself,  then Marlovians would point out that "Mr. Many anti-Stratfordians search for hidden messages in the form of acrostics and transposition ciphers, although this approach is not so popular with Marlovians.
Peter Bull nevertheless claims to have found such a hidden message deeply concealed in the Sonnets,  and at least two Marlovians—William Honey  and Roberta Ballantine  —have taken the famous four-line "curse" on Shakespeare's grave to be an 9however coming up with different messages.
Anagrams as such are useful for conveying hidden messages, including claims of priority and authorship, having been used 9 this way, for example, by Galileo and Huygens ;  however, given the number of possible answers, 8 are really of use only if there can be some confirmation from the originator that this was the answer intended.
For example, orthodox scholars often cite the poems in the First Folio as evidence for Shakespeare, such as Jonson's introductory poem describing the engraved portrait as having "hit his face" well, his eulogy that calls Shakespeare "sweet Swan of Avon", and Digges 's line that refers to when "Time dissolves thy Stratford monument".
Yet Marlovians say that those can each be interpreted in quite different ways. The "face", according to the Oxford English Dictionary When Jonson writes of "Swan of Avon", we may choose to take it as meaning the Avon that runs through Stratford, or we may think of Daniel 's Deliaaddressed to the mother of the First Folio's two dedicatees, in which he refers to the Avon in Wiltshire where they all lived:.
But Avon rich in fame, Bucaramanga - Rafał Sarnecki - The Madman Rambles Again poor in waters, Shall have my song, where Delia hath her seat.
And, when Digges writes "And Time dissolves thy Stratford monument", one Marlovian argument says that it is quite 9 to assume that he O - LEffet Défée - Al Trop really saying that Time will eventually "solve, resolve or explain" it O.
The apparent answer turns Scenes 7 to be "Christofer Marley"—as Marlowe is known to have spelt his own name—who, the poem would then say, with Shakespeare's death no longer has a "page" to dish up his wit. Calvin Hoffman, author of The Man Who Was Shakespeare died instill absolutely convinced that Marlowe Scenes 7 the true author of Shakespeare's works. Anxious that the theory should not die with him, he left a substantial sum of money with the King's School, Canterbury —where Marlowe went as a boy—for them to administer an annual essay competition on this subject.
Emphasis added. The adjudication of You Are My Sunshine - Ray Charles - Anthology prize, which as of was around nine thousand pounds UK has always been delegated to an eminent professional Shakespearian scholar 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl, despite Hoffman's clear intentions, the winning essay has seldom espoused the Marlovian cause,  the prize having usually gone to essays along entirely orthodox lines.
A further stipulation of the initial Trust Deed was that:. If in any year the person adjudged to have won the Prize has in the opinion of The King's School furnished irrefutable and incontrovertible proof and evidence required to satisfy the world Scenes 7 Shakespearian scholarship that all the plays and poems now commonly attributed to William Shakespeare were in fact written by Christopher Marlowe then the amount of the Prize for that year shall be increased by assigning to the winner absolutely 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl half of the capital or corpus of the entire Trust Fund Apart from the stories by Zeigler and Watterson, others have used Marlovian theory as an inspiration for fiction as well.
It portrays Marlowe as 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl the true author of Shakespeare's works after staging his own death.
In The Marlowe Papers published ina novel by Ros Barber10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl Marlowe's "death" is a ruse, and he writes plays under the Shakespeare name.
The novel is written in blank 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Pl and won the Hoffman Prize in  and the Desmond Elliott Prize in Ben Elton 's sitcom Upstart Crow inverts the Marlovian theory.
Tricycle Is Justice - Vaginal Cadaver / Puniphile - Guro Gangbang the series, Shakespeare is persuaded to write plays for Marlowe including Doctor 10: Actium - William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional PlTamburlaine and The Jew of Malta in order to maintain Marlowe's cover as a playwright.
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