Posts tagged John Wilkes Booth
What is it about the skull?
Recently the Mythographer received a tip about a more-than-usually-interesting letter to NPR’s All Things Considered. It was a response to ATC’s story about Jude Law’s insistence on using a real human skull for the famous “Yorick” soliloquy, in his current Royal Shakespeare Company production of “Hamlet,” for the sake of verisimilitude. As it turned out,… More →
History | Tagged Descartes, John Wilkes Booth, Lucy