Meg Cowell Astrid

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"Shakespeare’s infamous Ophelia—broken- hearted, grieving the death of her father— drowns slowly in a river in Denmark. In a state of spiritual collapse, she has fallen from the bough of a tree while collecting flowers. Now submerged, the young woman’s hands puncture the river’s surface like lilies. As she welcomes in death, Ophelia sings, her flaxen dress turning lavender as the water exchanges its initial offering of buoyancy for debilitating weight."  - Excerpt from essay by Laura Skerlj 2016
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