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|“What Your Favorite Shakespeare Play Says About You”|
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 24.0278 Saturday, 8 June 2013
Date: June 7, 2013 9:03:22 PM EDT
Subject: “What Your Favorite Shakespeare Play Says About You”
This teaser is from Flavorwire, a social media site devoted to the Millennials in NYC, LA, SF, and similar cities.
What Your Favorite Shakespeare Play Says About You
If you went to high school in any town in America, chances are you’ve had to read your share of Shakespeare’s plays. Even if you groaned your way through every single one, you probably had a favorite, and the one you chose might just say something about you. In celebration of Joss Whedon’s new adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing and the general joy that is our beloved bard, Flavorwire has assembled a (tongue-in-cheek, folks) one-sheet of what your favorite Shakespeare play truly means. Are you a romantic, a dramatist, or just a huge liar?
I’ll quote what my devotion to the English historical plays says about me:
Richard III: You like everything in life to be epic.
The Henriad: You’re a huge nerd, but people like you anyway.