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T is for... A Tale of Two Cities

For my 2017 challenge, I was not sure quite what I wanted to blog about. Numerous ideas were coming to mind but each seemed to require even more energy and strength. So I've decided to focus on an acronym for ART:
A - Artists (musicians, painters, photographers, writers, etc.)
- Reading (books, poems, etc.)
T - Theater (movies, musicals, plays, etc.)

Today we're focusing on...

TALE OF TWO CITIES, one of my all time favorite musicals/plays/movies/books :D

A... Storming of the Bastille by Jean-Pierre Houel (1789)

R... Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

T... My favorite Sydneys in no particular order!

Ronald Colman (film)




Charles Dance (Audio)

James Barbour (theater)

(also be sure to check out my other James Barbour video highlight under "J is for...".)




Comments

Courtney Turner said…
I've read it, but a long time ago. I hardly remember most of the story line, but do recall Madame DeFarge knitting while heads rolled. Maui Jungalow
Joy said…
ahh yes that is one scene that freaked me out as a kid. didn't like knitting needles for a long while :D
DeeDee said…
I have read it. It was one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing

A Peice Of My Life
The Tale of Two Cities is one of those books that is mandatory reading in the US, but I don't think we ever mentioned it in school in Hungary...

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Sarah Zama said…
I cam here to see how you blogged about Ronald Colman, sinc eyou mentione dit on my blog.
Goddness, that clip game me the creeps...

@JazzFeathers
The Old Shelter - 1940s Film Noir
Joy said…
Creeps; right? He was such an incredible actor!! Did you see Random Harvest? <3