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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

The mention of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow might bring a number of thoughts to mind: Halloween and pumpkins, ghost stories told with a fruity New Engl...
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Life is A Dream

You might have heard the story about the man who dreams he is a butterfly. Or is it a butterfly who dreams he is a man? Who can tell, really, when we ...
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Mrs. Puntila and Her Man Matti

Bertolt Brecht's Mr Puntila and His Man Matti – a satire of class dynamics filtered through a prism of drunkenness – was written in 1940 and first per...
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Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of)

It is a truth universally acknowledged that every review of a Jane Austen production must start with ‘it is a truth universally acknowledged’. Thanks ...
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To date, the most popular Italian literary text to be translated worldwide is not by Dante, Boccaccio or Petrarch, but by Carlo Collodi: his Pinocchio...
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An Edinburgh Christmas Carol

Ebenezer Scrooge, the famous miser at the heart of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, was allegedly based on the headstone of one Ebenezer Scroggie, ...
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Barber Shop Chronicles

The scene is set from the moment audience members step into the theatre and are invited to join the cast on stage. The stately, glistening Lyceum audi...
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Everyone will at some point feel the despair of being alone – loneliness is a truly universal emotion. It is fitting then, that Stanisław Lem chose to...