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I hope the last few weeks’ postings about Literary Taste have been thought provoking for you. That series will be part of the bigger series I am developing over the Big Questions of literature. Click on the tag for Taste to bring up all the posts on Taste in one group.

Next up let’s look at the women of Shakespeare’s plays. Literally look as I will be posting some of the best paintings and illustrations of the women in the plays along with famous quotes from the plays by them or about them.

Image Details: In May 1911, women (and one dog) of the Wednesday Morning Club of the remote town of Pueblo, Colo., decked themselves out as Shakespearean characters. Credit Scott Rubel. NY Times 19 March 2014

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