reading (was French and German (jara: An introduction))
|From:||Stone Gordonssen <stonegordonssen@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, June 7, 2003, 14:56|
>well, maybe the fact that it's overrated and overused raised my
>expectations when i read it or it could be that i blame him for all the
>cheap crap that's being published now. shakespeare's writing just seems
>cheap to me. i'm also annoyed by his lack of imagination and apparent
>ignorance wrt english history. a lot of stuff that is usually considered
>Literature with a capital L is IMNSHO crap, and i usually have to try
"One man's feast is another man's poison."
My own disgust and appreciation of Shaskespeare has mutated as I've grown
>pretty hard to find good stuff 'cuz people just say "if you want somthing
>from <period>, read something by <author>," as if the work of one author
>represents everything written in a period of 200 years...
My usually question for such persons making suggestions "And which of
his/her works did you like best and why?"
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