[LMB] Group Read of Richard III
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Mon Jun 5 21:16:31 BST 2017
My brother the English teacher prefaces his teaching of the play to his students with this immortal line: "Romeo and Juliet is the story of a rebound blind date gone horribly wrong." I cannot disagree.
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 at 3:20 AM, WILLIAM A WENRICH<wawenri at msn.com> wrote: We did Shakespeare reading in parts when I was in high school. I got to read Mercutio.
All in all, I agree with the Klingons: Romeo and Juliet were idiots.
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> On Jun 4, 2017, at 12:24 PM, Jim Parish <jparish at siue.edu> wrote:
> Sylvia McIvers wrote:
>> I remember the first time I figured out that hey, this is a stage play, why
>> are we reading the script instead of watching it?
>> It would have made high school lit a lot more interesting. I wonder how
>> many of shax's contemporaries could actually have read the script?
> Well, in my lit classes, when we read plays we each were given parts and "read" excerpts that way. "Macbeth", "The Hairy Ape", "A Raisin in the Sun".... We also did this, sometimes, with novels. (I got some peer kudos for my very creepy reading of Chillingworth in _The Scarlet Letter_.)
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