Posted on February 28, 2013 at 10:21 am in Art, Books, Literature, Writers | RSS feed
Well that certainly brightens my day somehow…
hehehe I had a good laugh from this. Thanks for sharing the tragedies in a humorous light.
This is awesome. I just finished Lear for the first time, and couldn’t help feeling it shared a comedic connection with a certain scene from “Hot Shots Part Deux.”
LOL. Seriously though, Lear is my favorite…
The last one about The Winter’s Tale had me dying. It was so great.
But I love Titus Andronicus. <3
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Is it weird that this made me laugh?
Brilliant… puts modern horror films in context!
Antony and Cleopatra: Where’s Eros!? He stabs himself, cause Antony is trying to pussy out of killing himself by having Eros do it, and then starts reminding Eros of how horrible shit will be when Caesar wins, and Eros is just like NOPE, FUCK THIS, I’M OUT.
How could I get a poster of this for my classroom?
Is this for sale? I teach high school English and would love (love!) a full-size poster of this. Can you make this happen?
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I thought this was a wonderful chart so I wanted to share with everyone.
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Shakespeare’s tragedies for dummies….
My brother suggested I might like this web site. He was entirely right.
This post actually made my day. You cann’t imagine just how much time I had spent for this information! Thanks!
Hey, all! This is Caitlin S Griffin (not Caitlin Griffin) the actual creator. This poster is no longer available from me, personally, but I will be making an exciting announcement about it this fall – you can check that out at drownmybooks.blogspot.com. Thanks!
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