The Fourth Wall

Recently, I went to see the wonderful comedy As you like it by William Shakespeare. Throughout the play, I was shocked to see so many interactions between the audience and the actors, completely destroying the fourth wall. The metaphorical wall that stands between the actors and audience, the wall that inhibits the actors from steppingContinue reading “The Fourth Wall”

Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History

I was recently given a key chain with this quote on it, and was told by mutiple people that the key chain fits with my personality. This gave me the opportunity to think about it sincerely and to wonder whether or not it does in fact a) describe me, and b) whether or not theContinue reading “Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History”

Day 35: War and Peace

For a long time I believed that war was always wrong and that peace was always right, and to an extent I still believe this. I think that war should always be a last resort, when all other options have been exhausted and failed, then and only then do we resort to war. And evenContinue reading “Day 35: War and Peace”