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Audrey Hepburn May 4, 1929 – January 20, 1993

3 Comments 21 January 2007

14 years ago today, Audrey left us. It’s hard to believe, really, especially when you see her nearly every day in some way, shape, or form. It’s nearly impossible to get away from her, when you get right down to it. From seeing her unique face stenciled on a sidewalk or mailbox to passing a girl on the street in ballet flats and capri pants, Audrey Hepburn is everywhere.

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Keats or Shelley?

No Comments 12 November 2006

The next picture gallery is a little delayed (mainly because work was especially harsh today and I’m knackered out), but I also kept getting distracted yesterday while working on it. In Roman Holiday, Ann/Anya and Joe debate whether two poems Anne recites are by John Keats or Percy Bysshe Shelley. I know people still wonder who wrote what even now, and the Internet has surprisingly little information that I could find. But I did find the origins of Anne’s second recitation, which is called “Arethusa.” And it’s by Shelley, so Joe won that round. 😉 The first stanza follows:

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