"Drama, like grief, requires performance: an interrupted play is as emotionally destabilizing as an incomplete mourning." Professor Laurie Maguire analyzes death in Shakespearean plays and the unfortunately inevitable and debilitating emotions that surround it: grief and mourning. (Image: ‘Ophelia’ by Alexandre Cabanel. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.)
The Satyr and The Nymph. And to those who are nauseous of the human body (most especially this impeccable piece of renaissance art), do the world a favor and sign up for an art history course. Thank me later.