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Monday, 27 April 2020

Page 6

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One cannot read Shakespeare’s Sonnets coherently without understanding the framing story, which is based on Arthur Golding’s translation of the story of Narcissus and Echo from Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

Tyresias, the blind seer, makes his fateful prediction.

Sunday, 26 April 2020

Page 6 (Hi-Res)

Happy 456th birthday, Bill! My apologies for the belated wishes, but I'm sure you'll appreciate the fact that the world is very much occupied with remembering what plagues and lockdowns are all about...

The latest page is available in high resolution exclusively to my patrons - thank you all so much for your continued support!

I expect to be making page 6 publicly available (at lower resolution) within the next day or two, and have already instructed Mr Cat to proceed with page 7. Onwards!

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Page 3 Updated

The image for page 3 has been updated in order to improve coherency and align it better with pages 5 and 6. If you would like to see the previous iteration of this page, it is exclusively available to my patrons here!

Saturday, 1 February 2020

Page 2 Updated

The image for page 2 has been updated in order to improve coherency and align it better with pages 5 and 6. If you would still like to see the original, it is exclusively available to my patrons here!

Monday, 27 January 2020

Page 5

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One cannot read Shakespeare’s Sonnets coherently without understanding the framing story, which is based on Arthur Golding’s translation of the story of Narcissus and Echo from Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

Lyriop takes her beloved Narcissus to visit Tyresias, the blind seer, to ask about his future.

Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Page 4


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One cannot read Shakespeare’s Sonnets coherently without understanding the framing story, which is based on Arthur Golding’s translation of the story of Narcissus and Echo from Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

"The flood god took her by force, and the lady bore him a son: whose beauty from birth justly deserved all love." - Ovid's Metamorphoses

Sunday, 11 August 2019

Page 3 (Redrawn)

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One cannot read Shakespeare’s Sonnets coherently without understanding the framing story, which is based on Arthur Golding’s translation of the story of Narcissus and Echo from Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Narcissus’ story begins with Lyriop entering the waters of the river Cephisus – and she’s in for a nasty surprise.

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