Ugly Americans, Shakespeare, Movies and Tolkien’s No to Narnia

It has been a few weeks since I have had the chance to upload some extra content to the Donor Subscriber pages, but today there are three articles that might interest you.

Ugly Americans in Europe muses on the way Europeans view Americans and why.

Sound, Fury and Significance – Shakespeare and the Movies considers whether Shakespeare would have been a fan of movies and TV

Tolkien’s “No” to Narnia explains some of the differences between Lord of the Rings and Narnia and why Tolkien was not a fan of Lewis’ fantasy books for kids.

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2018-06-06T09:05:56+00:00June 6th, 2018|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

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