Peggy Herring
Administrative Assistant
English, Rhetoric, & Humanistic Studies

P: (540) 464-7240
F: (540) 464-7779

227 Scott Shipp Hall
Lexington, VA  24450 

email to: english@vmi.edu


2002 Picture Gallery - Oxford & Stratford

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Oxford 

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A typical Cotswolds
landscape
 
Our guide Sue (with the red
umbrella she used to keep
us together) 
 
Radcliffe Camera 
 
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Will, Tamara, & Stan with
the stripped hat, with
Radcliffe Camera & All
Soul's College in the
background
 
The Bodleian Library 
 
Stan (still with his back to
the camera), Joel & Matt
in the courtyard of the Bodley 
 
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John being statuesque
 
Hey, Bo! 
 
Bo & Tamara with the Ashemoleon
in the background 
 
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Oxford's Bridge of Sighs
 
Clarendon press, dear to
every English professor 
 
The Eagle & Child, where Tolkien,
Lewis, & the other Inklings met to
read their fantasies & philosophies
to each other 
 
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Exeter College Gargoyles
 
Sheldonian Theater Heads 
 
Sheldonian Theatre Goofs (Tamara
thinks "I'm not with these guys.") 
 
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Church of St. Mary the
Virgin
 
Monument to the Three Martyrs
(the Blind Mice) 
 

Stratford-upon-Avon 

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A thatched cottage in
Shakespeare County &
Keith, our coach driver
("coachman"?)
 
In front of Shakespeare's
Birthplace:  "Alas, poor Ted" 
 
Behind Shakespeare's Birthplace:
Tamara, Ronnie, & Dave photograph
the photographer
 
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Ronnie, Tamara, & Dave
strike schlocky Shakespearean
poses
 
Justin, Bo, Ted, & Will strike
silly Shakespearean poses 
 
Will, Bo, & Ted outside Shakespeare's
school 
 
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Will, Bo, & Ted strike blurry
scholarly poses (sort of)
 
Will, Bo, & Ted wonder what
they've just done 
 
Shakespeare's burial place, Trinity
Church 
 
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Will, Bo, & Ted strike
irreverent poses
 
For members of the Timmins-
Gentry Music Society, a
monument at Trinity Church 
 
Huh?