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Re: William Shakespeare

Post  Adelia Kara Whiteraven on March 23rd 2010, 9:25 pm

Hehehe i went through a Shakespeare phase a few years ago -twitches- you guys really make me want to reread stuff! My favourite is The Tempest, Ariel (Aeriel? i forget) all the way <3 Then A Midsummer Night's Rave Dream (AAH that's one of the best movies ever i must watch it again)...Puck is my idol Smile

(Puck: Don't take this one if your taking this one UNLESS your taking this one, which you can't take if your driving unless you're taking this one, which i'm on right now!! And if -insert name i forget- finds out, you didn't get this shit from me. There's no way i HELL i'm going back to being a call-boy.")

I also like Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and The Lawyer of Venice

I've read King Leer, and some others but i can't remember at the moment... -headdesk- God what's wrong with my memory today?

anyway...much loves... -goes to die in a corner-
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Post  Draco Malfoy on March 23rd 2010, 10:30 pm

I've read a lot but I tend to go see performances more...

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Post  Nikki Orwell on March 24th 2010, 12:25 am

We are reading Hamlet in school. I love it! And I get to read King Lear next year! *squees in delight* Macbeth may have been the best ever! Lady Macbeth is sooooo epic.
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We have a Shakespeare Company at my school, and when I was in eighth grade, they were doing Macbeth. My friend told me the guy who was playing Macbeth was really hot. So, when the play starts, I look on stage, but I couldn't figure out who Macbeth was. Then, he walked on stage. I swear every girl in the room sighed. He may have been the most beautiful man ever. (Or at least, my memory of him is...) Every time he left the stage, girls sorta made a crying sound, and every time he came on stage, the guys growled. For weeks after, the funniest joke was to say, "I liked seeing Macbeth."
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Post  Guest on March 27th 2010, 10:52 pm

I'm in the process of reading the complete works, and my current favorite is Twelfth Night. Very Happy

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Post  Fleur Delacour - Inactive on March 27th 2010, 10:56 pm

I love The Merchant of Venice.
Portia disguised as a lawyer and winning the case against Shylock?
Priceless.

Hamlet was okay.
My favorites are as follows:
Merchant of Venice
Macbeth
Othello

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Post  Draco Malfoy on March 27th 2010, 11:52 pm

Lily Evans wrote:I'm in the process of reading the complete works, and my current favorite is Twelfth Night. Very Happy

YAY! I LOVE THAT ONE! I was in it as Olivia in the 5th grade (yes we did the full play.... yes we were insane) and I assistant directed it my freshman year!

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Post  Molly Prewett on August 26th 2010, 12:45 pm

I like some of his sonnets when I'm in the mood, but I have to admit I get kind of bored just reading the plays by myself. *has a short attention span*

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Post  James Potter - Inactive on August 31st 2010, 1:45 am

I'm reading Macbeth! Still in the first act, and kinda apprehensive because it's my first time getting through Shakespeare on my own. Shakespeare is the only thing English class actually helped me understand. Well, it helped me once. Last year's English teacher was pretty good with Shakespeare. The one before that made me despise all literature in general. But hey, Shakespeare!

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Post  Draco Malfoy on September 26th 2010, 6:46 pm

I was about to ask how i'd never posted in this thread but HEY it turns out I did from my other account... LOL

I <3 SHAKESPEARE

ALSO SO EXCITED!!! I AM SEEING KING JOHN IN DECEMBER! AND MERCHANT OF VENICE!

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