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Sylvia macdonald Merrill was one of the first students to attend Springfield High School in the 1930s. She was a very talented musician, and she wrote the Sp.
Well into the 20th century, the Victorians Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning were cited in the textbooks as the only major English poets to have been married to one another. Their ownership of the marital Parnassus wasn’t to be challenged until the union of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. But while the Hughes-Plath marriage was notoriously stormy, and eventually tragic, the Brownings’ relationship was popularly regarded as an idyllic meeting of minds and talents: celebrated in such things as the play and movie The Barretts of... Now here, to shatter the idyll, comes Florence Gibson MacDonald with her play How Do I Love Thee. Her Robert and Elizabeth could give Ted and Sylvia a good, or bad, run for their money. Browning’s most famous poem. Elizabeth gets to count the ways quite late in the play, and the recitation, passionately done, is all the more moving for coming at a point where what might seem to be uppermost in both their minds is “How Do I Hate Thee. Robert’s attention is drawn to something nice that Elizabeth has written about his work, and soon he’s at her door and all over her sofa. MacDonald’s poets speak, for the most part, in her own rich prose, which is both worthy of them and gratifying for us. Once they’ve set up house in Florence, it all falls apart: the relationship and, I’m afraid, the play. Whereas he seems to love the pair mainly for their poems, Wilson, Elizabeth’s maid, loves the poems — Elizabeth’s anyway — because it’s her mistress, whom she calls “mum”, who’s written them. The first, very telling, moments of the play find Elizabeth rhapsodising on a swing. Wilson believes the drugs necessary to Elizabeth’s writing. so, even more damagingly, does Elizabeth herself. and, most distressingly, so apparently does the play. Its second act becomes the chronicle of Elizabeth’s addiction, and Robert’s increasingly angry and desperate attempts to wean of her off it (and to stop the apothecary’s bills from bankrupting them). Two of the most monotonous things in the world are drug addiction and marital quarrels. both just keep repeating themselves, and so does the play. One taunt that Elizabeth keeps throwing at Robert is that she’s the one who’s writing all the successful. Source: news.nationalpost.com
Now here, to shatter the idyll, comes Florence Gibson MacDonald with her play How Do I Love Thee? Her Robert and Elizabeth could give Ted and Sylvia a good, or bad, run for their money. The title comes from Mrs. Browning's most famous poem; Elizabeth
Leo Marchildon and soprano Sylvia Mutch are excited about reprising the song, Canada Our Dear Home, during a special concert to mark the 50th anniversary of the Maple Leaf flag at the Rodd Charlottetown on Feb. 15. Marchildon composed the song.
Remember when Newsreaders had to speak the Queen's ENGLISH and men wore black ties. MacDonald Hobley, Sylvia Peters and Mary Malcolm 02/12/15, @CCNWALeics
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Now here, to shatter the idyll, comes Florence Gibson MacDonald with her play How Do I Love Thee? Her Robert and Elizabeth could give Ted and Sylvia a good, or bad, run for their money. The title comes from Mrs. Browning’s most famous poem; Elizabeth ...
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