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    Which is why Cole's Notes is still the way to go...


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    I don't like shakespeare. They need to make a manga of LOTR, I'd read that.

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    Not Manga. Not usable academically. Shakespear is torture in book format. Shakespear sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98abaile View Post
    Not Manga. Not usable academically. Shakespear is torture in book format. Shakespear sucks.
    There is no way someone as intelligent as you can make a dumbass like me say these words: Actually, I enjoyed reading Julius Caesar and Romeo and Juliet.

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    Julius Caesar was actually a very enjoyable read for me.



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    Am I the only one here who liked Hamlet and though RxJ was hilarious?


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    Quote Originally Posted by be0wulf View Post
    Am I the only one here who liked Hamlet and though RxJ was hilarious?
    I've yet to read Hamlet, King Leer, or Richard III.

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    I've read Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth, Hamlet, RxJ, and Othello. I haven't read any of the historical plays that he wrote (my English teacher said they were boring). I'll probably have to read either King Lear, Twelfth Night, or the Tempest sometime in the future though.

    Hamlet's still my favourite Shakespearean play, mostly because I liked the guy. The same couldn't be said for any of the other protagonists.


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    I had to read Richard III in English class in High School.

    Bored the ass right off me, and as a result I never read another Shakespearean work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terasiel View Post
    There is no way someone as intelligent as you can make a dumbass like me say these words: Actually, I enjoyed reading Julius Caesar and Romeo and Juliet.
    Hey, I would have quite liked Macbeth, had I not had to study it in school (which is one of the reasons for my last two statements, the other being Romeo and Juliet).

 

 
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