Or, what happens when you cross a graphic designer with an English major.
Want to learn more about Ralegh's totally fascinating life? Check out his bio!
. . . because without him, we'd be deprived of this ridiculous clip of fake Stewie reading "The Nymph's Reply."
As the nymph says, so sayeth the Starks.
There are a few textual variants, or differences, between this recording and the scholastically accepted version, but we think the speaker does a great job of making Ralegh's meter stand out.
Hear an Australian take on the poem. Great name, too!
Ralegh was a pretty famous dude in his time. Lucky for us, that means there are tons of pictures of him.
Most of Ralegh's prose works are available online and for free! Hip hip hooray!
…there is a great woman. Take a look at this book to learn more about the woman behind Sir Walter Ralegh.
For a sensationalized take on the romance between Ralegh and Queen Elizabeth, check out this Hollywood flick.
In this TV movie from the early 1990s, a little girl meets the ghost of Sir Walter Ralegh and together they try to save her family farm. Yes, you read that correctly.