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... into Stationers' Register by Peter Short on 2 May 1594 as "a booke intituled A plesant Conceyted historie called the Tayminge of a Shrowe." First record of the play as it exists today is found in the First Folio (1623).
First published: possible version of the play published in quarto in 1594 as A Pleasant Conceited Historie, called The taming of a Shrew (printed by Peter Short for Cuthbert Burby). This text was republished in 1596 (again by Short for Burby) and 1607 ...
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... war which had been waged by Anglicans, admittedly at a fairly low level of activity, for nearly twenty years."(p4, 6-8, 13) The endeavor "was one of a number of Anglican reform mission interventions in Roman Catholic heartlands" among the culture wars that were being fought in Germany, Haiti, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland.(pp6, 204) William Ewart Gladstone, "played an important part in encouraging the foundation" of the ECG.(p1-2) ...
... Preserve. We stopped in the middle of the desert. The ground was sand and gravel. We walked among the tortured branches. There were no sounds. It was the most still, most quiet place in the universe. Every foot step we took sounded like inharmonious clangs. It was too got to continue to the ghost town I knew was 12 miles away so we turned around and passed the $5 a gallon gas and continued east and over the Mojave. The road flattens out and ...
... say I was disappointed at the lack of a convenient oxygen tank once I reached the Point. But...I lived.
Additional observations during my Bryce Canyon visit, and continuing a recurring theme about which I've written in previous blog entries: The vast majority of other visitors I encountered were non-Americans (impossible not to identify either in response to "hello" along the way, or just hearing their conversations), and those ...