Shakespeare

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Okay, show of hands … who has read Shakespeare OUTSIDE of school required reading? Do you watch the plays? How about movies? Do you love him? Think he’s overrated?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

(And yes, I DID update the template to give the site a new look. Thoughts?)

20 responses

  1. I got kind of ranty ^^;
    http://ghostgrrrl.weebly.com/blog/btt-shakespeare

    And I like the new look!

  2. I really like the new blog design! I was positively surprised when I came back here today first time in a long while and saw it. =)

    My answer: http://the-book-rogue.de/btt-26-shakespeare/

  3. Thanks for giving me an excuse to ramble and recommend movies! My response here: http://www.kimberlyhirsh.com/booking-through-thursday-shakespeare/

  4. Was pleasently surprised by the new design. Here is my answer: http://brokenspiner.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/1612/

  5. I like the new template!

    Here’s mine. Aaah, to be a fan of a handful of Shakespearean actors! http://readinggoodbooks.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/booking-through-thursday-2/

  6. Love the new template–but I miss the old colors. If that makes any sense.

    Here’s my answer: http://www.kwizgiver.com/2014/09/booking-through-thursday_25.html

  7. It was years after I graduated high school that I picked up Shakespeare again.

    My full answer is posted on my blog.

  8. Fantastic question. And, love the new look! Here’s mine. 2 Kids and Tired Books BTT

  9. I like the new blog design🙂 and here is my BTT this week: http://icewarmth.com/booking-thursday-92514/

  10. Interesting set of questions. Here is my answer.

  11. I have chosen to answer this question with photos and one music video. I’m basically an expert. http://lindsayloves.com/2014/09/25/btt-shakespeare/

    I like this template. It’s more polished than the previous one.

  12. Just briefly in school, then more in the course of cultural education, but especially more when I took an interest in the true author, a tragic story equal to any drama he wrote.

    wjray.net
    http://www.wjray.net/shakespeare_papers/droeshout_portrait.htm

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