Shakespeare Mini Reviews (25-28)

This is my final Shakespeare Mini Reviews post, which means I HAVE READ ALL OF SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS! That’s right, I am done and it feels oh so good. Don’t worry, I am working on an upcoming post ranking all of the plays, because I am fully aware most of you are not crazy enough to […]

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Shakespeare Mini Reviews (21-24)

It’s time for another Shakespeare review post! I’ve was a bit overambitious this year, and have actually read six plays since my last review. But since I only have two left total, I’ll save two of them for my final review (so four now, and four later). Today’s batch is all three- and four-star reads, […]

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Shakespeare Mini Reviews (10-12)

Time for some more Shakespeare mini reviews! This time around, I have a pretty depressing mix: a history and two tragedies. King John I picked this one up because I was eager to cross another history off my list (I seem to be enjoying them least overall). To be honest, I did like this one, […]

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Shakespeare Mini Reviews (4-6)

Just about six months ago, I decided to actively work on reading the complete works of Shakespeare. Because I am that big of a nerd. In the last three months, I have read another three plays, which means it is time for another mini review post (you can read my first one here). Overall, I […]

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Shakespeare Mini Reviews (1-3)

A few months ago, I set myself the task of reading one Shakespeare play a month in order to finally finish reading his work. Am I a total nerd for wanting to say I’ve read the entire works of Shakespeare? Because I do. So far, I’ve been enjoying this project, and have read a few […]

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Short Story Mini Reviews – July 3

This is a bit of a short post, since I didn’t exactly finish my homework (yet again). I still need to read Flannery O’Connor’s “Good Country People” and “The Things We Carried” by Tim O’Brien. I will be reading at least one of them today, because I have a paper due tonight (just in case you […]

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Short Story Mini Reviews – June 26

Since I didn’t read any short stories last week, I had to catch up a bit this week, so this is kind of a long post. I’ve been absolutely loving Neil Gaiman’s new book of short nonfiction, The View from the Cheap Seats, so there are quite a few pieces from there on this list. The last […]

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