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... between the texts. In 1942, R.A. Houk posited the "Ur-Shrew" theory, suggesting that the plays are two completely unrelated texts by different authors based on the same (now lost) source.
In 1943, G.I. Duthie refined this theory, suggesting that A Shrew was a reported text of an early draft of The Shrew.
In his 1998 edition of A Shrew for the New Cambridge Shakespeare: The Early Quartos series, Stephen Roy Miller suggested ...
... think was as tender as he's used to), and I had tuna - crumbed and quickly cooked so only the outside was cooked. Absolutely delicious. It was served with fresh, hot potato crisps - weird, but delicious while they were still hot/warm. The last one or two which got cold weren't as nice.
Our table was next to another, with a young couple who we got chatting to and had a great evening. He was from Aussie, and she was from ...
... smaller than we expected.
After that tour we went to St. Peter's Square and Basilica.
The size and beauty of the place was overwhelming. Chandra noticed a group heading down some stairs, and we followed. That led us to the catacombs below the basilica, which hold the remains of ...
... the meals took about two hours to enjoy. After Siena, we grabbed a train to Rome. Our stay in The Eternal City was very memorable. We rented an apartment outside of the busy area and used the very crowded but efficient and simple subway system. I liked having an apartment in a residential area so I could get a feel for the way the regular people of Rome live. We went to the grocery store and cooked several meals as well. We also did a night walk through the heart of ...
... with it for now, so we headed to the exit rather than continuing on for the next half of the museum! By the time we got out, it was already getting dark, so we wandered back down the street, out of the Vatican City and over the bridge where we made our way to a bus stop. Our feet were too sore to make the over-an-hour trip back home! We need new shoes! So we caught the next bus back to Termini station and chatted to a group of Koreans on the bus, before getting off ...