THOUGHTS ON THE BUSINESS OF LIFE
- Untitled. // Glamour;Mar2005, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p162
Presents a quote on man's philosophy in life, by Robert Louis Stevenson.
- "In Quarter and in Terms like Bride and Groom": Reconfiguring Marriage, Friendship, and Alliance in Othello. Tvordi, Jessica // Journal of the Wooden O Symposium;2008, Vol. 8, p85
The article focuses on the treatment of marriage, friendship and alliance in the play "Othello," by William Shakespeare. According to the author, the intensive disruption of the dynastic and contract-oriented rule that structures human relations is evident in the play. She notes the domesticated...
- Thoughts on the Business of Life. Forbes, Lydia // Forbes Global;4/18/2005, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p104
Presents views of several people on vanity. Elizabeth Smart; Robert Louis Stevenson; Mark Twain.
- Shakespeare and the Ethics of Friendship. Cox, John D. // Religion & Literature;Autumn2008, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p1
This article analyzes the ethics of friendship in the sonnets of English poet and dramatist William Shakespeare. It notes that the classical assertion of social equality between friends is the most elusive in the sonnets of Shakespeare. It asserts that the voluntary association of autonomous...
- SHAKESPEARE AND MAN'S NATURE. Grace, William J. // America;6/19/1943, Vol. 69 Issue 11, p297
The article discusses the moral nature of man in Shakespeare's plays in the U.S. It states that Shakespeare's plays show that Shakespeare is a great moralist because it causes people to recognize the profound truths of their nature. It is discussed that Shakespeare's avoidance of didacticism in...
- Am I a Home for Identities? FULLER, ROBERT // Moderate Voice;5/16/2013, p1
The article discusses how one's understanding of selfhood affects one's sense of individuality and interpersonal relationships. The author tells that novelist William Shakespeare is very true in his saying that a person takes series of parts at the same time watch himself as a member of the...
- Thoughts. Forbes, Lydia // Forbes Global;4/19/2004, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p64
Presents several quotations on the business of life. Malcolm S. Forbes; Anthony Burgess; William Shakespeare; John Keats.
- Thoughts on the Business of Life. // Forbes Asia;9/19/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p72
The article presents several quotations from notable people. It includes businessman Malcolm S. Forbes on heartlessness, Chinese poet Li Po on the difficulties in life, neurologist Sigmund Freud on love and dramatist William Shakespeare on matrimonial devotion.
- COMMUNICATIONS. WILTBYE, JOHN; DRUM, CHAS F.; LELEN, J. M.; E. R. // America;7/10/1915, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p324
Several letters the editor are presented in response articles including "Was Shakespeare a Catholic?," by Doctor Walsh, another in reaction to a communication in the June 26, 1915 issue and one which addresses the question "What can we do for the young man?" that was often heard in previous...