Shakespeare Devils & Hell Quote Typed on Typewriter | Etsy
Hell is empty and all the devils are here. William Shakespeare This piece from Shakespeare is typed on a vintage 1939 Berlin typewriter onto an approx. 6x6 piece of cream colored card stock. Perfect for framing, as a gift, scrapbooking, or other decoration.
Leonardo DiCaprio's recitation during the death scene was so moving that Claire Danes smacked him.
After Luhrmann yelled cut, Danes smacked DiCaprio's arm because she was so moved by his Romeo speech. “Don't make me cry,” she said. “I'm supposed to be comatose here!”
Romeo And Juliet Poster. ID:664435
Poster of Romeo And Juliet movie. ID:664435; Size: from 4x6 to 23x33 inch; Media: Canvas, Glossy, Semiglossy, Matte, Laminated; Price from $1.45;
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FILM: Tonight, as part of Yonge and Dundas Square's summer film screenings, Baz Luhrmann's version of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet will be showing. Spoiler alert: sad ending, apparently. Also, definitely check out the official website for the film, ostensibly made in 1996. Yonge and Dundas Square, 9:00
The Virtual Typewriter
My name is Alicia, and this is a blog I created just for fun. I love typewritten notes, and I create these with Doormouse Manufacturing's app The Amazing Type-Writer. Some of these posts are not going to be terribly serious or deep, though there are some serious and deep ones, too. And some of them I post because I think they're funny, and maybe it's true that any words typewritten look 50% better, more legit, profound, or badass – just a theory. Some posts contain swears, so sensitive…
Romeo & Juliet
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Romeo & Juliet got it wrong: Signs of an unhealthy attachment
These violent delights have violent ends And in their triumph die, like fire and powder, Which, as they kiss, consume. Romeo and Juliet, Act II, Scene VI Ten years ago, my friend was dating a girl …