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    Dan Brown books after the first 2 or 3 they are all the same and very formulaic - not very well written either truth be told

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    Gah I struggled with the first one so didn't bother with the second one.

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    Picked up a copy of Macbeth from the school library today. Will give that a whirl.

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    Out damned spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crayola DeVille, post: 100333
    Lucky you Brit I had to study Shakespeare for my English Literature O'Level :(
    we did 3 !!! midsummer nights dream which i love- i think they#re doing it at Tolethorpe again this year. Silas Marner and that chaucer rubbish-ugh don't remind me















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    I loved Taming of the Shrew, but hated R&J because it was just way too much drama for me!

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    Oh see, I love Romeo and Juliet. I read it when I was 14......it totally clicked for me. I also LOVE Julius Caesar. I can still recite the entire Friends, Romans, Countrymen speech.












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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 100599
    we did 3 !!! midsummer nights dream which i love- i think they#re doing it at Tolethorpe again this year. Silas Marner and that chaucer rubbish-ugh don't remind me
    We also had to do Huckleberry Finn... which was right up my street! I was right there with them on their adventures!

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    Oooh Silas Marner is an awesome book.

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