Lisa Jensen

Lisa Jensen

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Santa Cruz, California / I write fantasy (Alias Hook; Beast: A Tale of Love and Revenge), historical fiction (The Witch From the Sea), review movies and books, and blog about fun stuff.
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Ariel.- All prisoners, sir, / In the lime-grove which... Shakespeare's Comedy of 'The Tempest' (Act V, scene I) illustrated by Edmund Dulac (1908)

- All prisoners, sir, / In the lime-grove which. Shakespeare's Comedy of 'The Tempest' (Act V, scene I) illustrated by Edmund Dulac

Miranda and Ferdinand. From The Tempest. Published 1882 by P.G. Thomson; Cincinnati,

Ferdinand and Miranda playing chess together. "Sweet lord, you play me false". - represents how prospero manoeuvred the different passengers of Alonso's ship.

Yolanda Sonnabend. Costume design of Sprite for Derek Jarman’s The Tempest. Watercolor, 1979. Folger Shakespeare Library.

Costume design of Sprite for Derek Jarman’s The Tempest.

Paul Woodroffe, the tempest. 1908

From a 1908 edition of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, beautifully illustrated by Paul Woodroffe

That sly expression is perfect for Brix! (Hermes by Thalia Took.)

Hermes, Herald of the Greek Gods/Hermes is the Greek God of merchants and thieves, known for His smooth-talking ways. He is the son of Zeus and Maia, and stole Apollo's cattle when He was but a baby, because He is just that clever.

From the Marine Mammal Center, 2017!

From the Marine Mammal Center,