The above interpretative suggestions about the witches has deliberately ignored...– Ian Johnston, Studies in Shakespeare, Introduction to Macbeth, Malaspina-University College, Nanaimo, British Columbia, 1999 To be clear, this isn’t necessarily a point on which I agree with Eagleton (mainly because I too don’t think he’s entirely serious), and I think the assumptions about...
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The Azodruse Muse: Best retelling of the tale... →
The Greeks Do Not Have a Monopoly on Bestiality Posted on January 29, 2011 Ok so horsefucking I promised it, and now i am delivering on that promise i am delivering a big wet trough full of horsecock you’re welcome so this takes place afterthe Aesir and Vanir have stopped… Best retelling ever. It’s a work of poetry.
thetruekingofasgard: hawkblocked: Read More this. Read More Exactly. [[MORE]] Loki is a villain, and he is a damned good one. Of course he has redeeming qualities, that’s exactly what makes him a good villain. He’s a person that does bad things because he doesn’t really see why they’re wrong. He makes terrible decisions and then compounds them instead of owning...