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Elaine Quail saved to school
Mya Gosling gives you some ideas about which Shakespearean play you should see if you're unsure.
Aleesha Frume saved to ENG posters
Here's the first page of the "Shakespeare Plays" section of The Thespian's Bucket List - an interactive checklist of 1,001 theatre-related things to do in your lifetime! With plays to read, must see musicals, theaters to visit, and other fun surprises, there's enough to keep you busy for years to come! #theatre #bucket #list #shakespeare
Molly Donovan saved to Theatre
It's been a while since I did my last scene-by-scene retelling of an entire Shakespeare play. What with the Michael Fassbender film making ripples in the popular consciousness, I thought it might be a good time to tackle.... MACBETH!!! <<insert ominous roll of thunder>&a
Hamedh saved to Macbeth lessons
Exit, pursued by a bear #shakespeare #plays #literataure #williamshakespeare #memes
Sara K. saved to Best Business Pins
Saturday marked the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. In honor of that milestone, CBC Books pulled together an infographic consisting of fourteen "of the wackiest, weirdest and most wonderful facts about the Bard". One of these facts is not correct. Do you know which one? I’ll give you a hint; it’s not the sayings…
Saleh Aljumah saved to Literature
Why Shakespeare Tragedies are funnier than Comedies || Ok, this is a short little post about a great little document that I found. Full credit to Cam Magee, and he summarizes this best: Everybody dies. And THAT is why tragedies are funnier than comedies https://playingwithplays.com/shakespeare-tragedies-funnier-comedies/?utm_source=ReviveOldPost&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ReviveOldPost
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Shakespeare plays: Macbeth, Hamlet, King Lear, all for school, sophomore, junior, and senior years respectively.
pettacom saved to Books I Read Ages 2 to 17
"A crossover between Oedipus and King Midas would be pure motherfucking gold."
Tori Rose saved to It's Lit(erary)