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Mirror, Mirror, in the Wood: A Review of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Read this erudite analysis of William Shakespeare’s timeless play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and learn how the farces and follies of the story-line actually hold meaning that parallels the chaos and irrationality of our own world.

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Song of Truth

“The song of truth play gallantly I must And I’ll bring tears to Hades’ stony eyes…”

The Rich Young Man

A retelling of the well-known New Testament account of the young man who had many possessions . . . who, in this story, is also the future St. Luke the physician!

The Golden Destiny

Cleolaus embarks on an epic quest to save the life of a king’s dying daughter, in order to win her hand . . .

The Adventure: A Tale of Two Small Hobbits

“I always wanted to know what the pictures and letters on my necklace mean, you know, the necklace that he gave me after he told that exciting story about the three trolls….” (Rated: G)

The Summoned Book

“This brief tale of adventure lights a flame that never dies…”

My Heart

“My heart, it flies, winging its way from land to skies…”

The Cave: Plato’s Fable and Christian Salvation

Hobbita examines Plato’s Myth of the Cave and, merging classical and Catholic philosophies, explains the parallels with Christian salvation.