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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Shakespeare Mugs & Bookworm Necklace Giveaway



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win Shakespeare mugs and a Bookworm necklace made by Miss Bohemia. Good luck!


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46 comments:

  1. I love how he fills them with rich character's and atmosphere.

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  2. Shakespeare has ruled English Literature for years, be it his plays or poems or prose. His ability to summarise the range of human emotions in simple yet profoundly eloquent verse is perhaps the greatest reason for his enduring popularity. If you cannot find words to express how you feel about love or music or growing older, Shakespeare can speak for you.

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  3. I love how twisted and intricate they are and how they make you think.

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  4. I love his poetic writing, his characters and the atmosphere which is created in his works. :)

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  5. I love that they can be appreciated by all ages. My son once picked up a toy knife in nursery school (after watching cartoon versions) & said "is this a dagger I see before me?". I would LOVE to have seen the faces on the staff!

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  6. I love the names he used in his books, which is probably a really silly thing to say. But they are so timeless as well. A lot of films are based on his tales and you can guarantee that a Christmas Carol is on the TV in December. His writing is atmospheric and you can almost picture the scene he is telling you about without being overly boring.

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  7. I always liked the language and his characters and stories were always entrancing.

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  8. I love the settings of his stories and the social history which comes through in his writing. There is often quite a lot of humour included too once you can read the old English fluently.

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  9. When performed well, shakespeare speaks to an audience in a way no other playwrights work does xx

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  10. I love his sense of humour and fantastic sayings!

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  11. I saw a few Shakespeare plays when I was younger and they were amazing. The language, plot and costume were brilliant. Now if I read Shakespeare, I remember the plays.
    Amanda.

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  12. We read quite a bit of Shakespeare for English Literature classes whilst I was in school - the fact that this was in England might have been one of the reasons, lol. I remember one of them being very difficult to grasp, however the class went to see a movie of the play and it all clicked into place for me. Shakespeare puts a lot into his plays, wonderful characters and plots, they are quite fascinating.

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  13. He is the first known instance in my life to bring the fae into stories for me! A Midsummer's Night Dream

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  14. i love how it has remained popular over the years! Just a classic! Rita Spratlen

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  15. I love all of the story twists and how quotable they are.

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  16. I love how he brought characters to life and made each so relatable.

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  17. They are so beautifully written gripping tales with humour.

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  18. I love his ability of playing with words at his will. Creating new ones, distorting others and also including different literary genres inside the same work. Simply amazing.

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  19. I remember having to read Macbeth for English at school. I was dreading it but I loved it in the end.

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  20. I love that his character's are so well developed and complex. The themes of so many of his stories are still interesting and so relevant today

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  21. I love the depth of characters that draw you into the story

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  22. I don't know exactly what it is about them that I love. I just remember the first time I read Romeo and Juliet in school. It was so much better than the movie, and many other stories I've read.

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  23. Vu beaucoup d'adaptations et beaucoup aimé . Un auteur qu'il me tarde de lire !!!

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  24. i love how world renowned he is makes me proud he's British x

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  25. I haven't actually read any Shakespeare yet, I'm trying to figure out what would be best for me to start with.

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  26. I like how unique and romantic they are, just because I like special things :)

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  27. I like how they are witty and timeless.

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  28. They are a bit wicked and also with a deep meaning.

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  29. Universal themes that are still relevant today - love, loss, humour, betrayal

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  30. I put in wrong share on social media for today Mar 8; it should have been: https://www.pinterest.ca/pin/230246599684045106

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  31. I put in the wrong share (eep im two for two!) https://www.pinterest.ca/pin/230246599684050868

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  32. Love his style writing and characters and new words he created. Such a great inspiration.

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  33. I love to buy for myself every half of a year one Shakespeare plays and I read them with a great interest and joy. So different language and nice atmosphere. Plays that transferred me to totally different era, society. I love Shakespeare! Lubka

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  34. the language can be so funny at times

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  35. I love the way Shakespeare takes us into the past

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  36. The language is old and beautiful yet the sentiments expressed, are often so relevant to our modern lives.

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  37. the romance and the drama

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  38. The language and the fact they are still so relevant today

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  39. It could be something about Shakespeare's ideas of the stories or tales and conflicts in them, with the intriguing words that makes them so interesting.

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  40. The use of language, romance and drama

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  41. The diversity fo the characters and the stories woven around them

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