Yesterday, I had the opportunity to ask Alan Gratz (author of Something Rotten and Something Wicked) some questions on his Shakespeare-themed books (and on his feelings about Shakespeare). Today, I want to know what YOU have to say on the subject of the bard.
What was your first introduction to William Shakespeare? Was it love or hate?
Which Shakespeare plays have you been required to read?
Do you think Shakespeare is important? Do you feel you are a “better” person for having read the bard?
Do you have a favorite Shakespeare play?
How do you feel about contemporary takes on Shakespeare? Adaptations of Shakespeare's works with a more modern feel? (For example, the new line of Manga Shakespeare graphic novels, or novels like Something Rotten, Something Wicked, Enter Three Witches, Ophelia, etc.) Do you have a favorite you'd recommend?
What's your favorite movie version of a Shakespeare play?
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