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rickvee Living the dream
10/21/13 6:58 am

Love's Labour's Lost

Beautiful wordplay

tcadez Minnesnowta
10/20/13 9:55 pm

I could sooner choose a favorite star in the heavens! :) I like a lot of them for different reasons. I think Much Ado is my favorite comedy. Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, and Othello are tied for tragedy. Henry V is my favorite history.

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tcadez Minnesnowta
10/20/13 10:00 pm

Ah but even now that I've said that, I'm thinking of A Midsummer's Night's Dream, and Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew and Romeo and Juliet and and and.
I can tell you which I dislike the most: Measure for Measure. Boring and tedious.

beanD California
10/20/13 8:58 pm

I liked much ado about nothing. I like most Shakespeare plays I see performed, but they go over my head when I read them. They were originally meant to be performed anyway!

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MJSeals Esq.
10/20/13 8:57 pm

The Tempest

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MaryMallory Mrs. Sherlock Holmes
10/20/13 8:25 pm

Hamlet used to be mine, but then I discovered Henry IV and fell in love with Prince Hal.

Tony SOH Founder
10/20/13 8:25 pm

It's almost cliché, but I'm a sucker for Romeo and Juliet.

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Tony SOH Founder
10/20/13 8:37 pm

Get on that, girl!

"Is love a tender thing? It is too rough, too rude, too boisterous, and it pricks like thorn."

Tony SOH Founder
10/20/13 8:38 pm

Oh man I gotta fix those effing profanity filters.

MaryMallory Mrs. Sherlock Holmes
10/20/13 8:50 pm

Haha. Nah, they're fine :)

Most of the time.

MrLucchese If curious, ask.
10/20/13 9:27 pm

That's my second favorite, Tony. Great choice.

HayleyS looking up.
10/20/13 8:23 pm

I have only red a few of them, but of the ones I've read, Macbeth is my favorite.