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MORE THINGS IN HEAVEN AND EARTH
Shakespeare Quick Quotes There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. The emphasis here should be on "dreamt of", as Hamlet is pointing out how little even the most educated people can explain. One can imagine happier times when Hamlet and Horatio, studying together at Wittenberg, engaged in heated philosophical debates. Shakespeare does not expand on the specific nature of Horatio's philosophy, and in the First Folio , the text actually reads " our philosophy. For much more on this passage, please see the full explanatory notes for Hamlet. How to cite this article: Mabillard, Amanda.
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As an ambitious young doctor with a penchant for research, Luke Bradford never wanted to set up practice in a remote rural town. But to pay back his student loans and to fulfill a promise from his past, he heads for Watervalley, Tennessee—and immediately stumbles into one disaster after another. When a baffling flu epidemic hits Watervalley, Luke faces his ultimate test. Luke Bradford, a newly minted MD, the story of the little town of Watervalley, Tennessee, and its inhabitants comes vividly to life. This story warmed me, made me laugh and then kept a smile on my face. It is true southern fiction, and is a great book for the whole family.