Theseus' eloquent words of doubt about stories of supernatural goings-on in the woods, arranged into the shape of an ass's head:
"...The poet’s eye, in fine frenzy rolling,
Doth glance from heaven to Earth, from Earth to heaven.
And as imagination bodies forth
The forms of things unknown, the poet’s pen
Turns them to shapes and gives to airy nothing,
A local habitation and a name...."
Steeped in the history of the era, this map is infused with symbols and icons showing various settings of the plays: towns, abbeys, castles, battlefields, forests, and heaths. Special insets...
You need a clean that's fresher than the plague-ridden countryside? All's well that cleanses well when you use this mini-soap for people with a Groats-Worth of Witte. Not tested on...
Yorick would like his skull back please, if the young prince has finished with it! A brilliant cartoon from The New Yorker. Made from porcelain. Holds 15oz. Dishwasher and microwave...
William Shakespeare's distinctive portrait is on one pin, and The Globe (the Lord Chamberlain's Men's own theatre) is featured on the other. Set of two enamel pins with rubber pin...