My Life, My Book

From a famous writer or celebrity, to a WordPress.com blogger or someone close to you — who would you like to be your biographer?

The poor man would have to return from the grave to accomplish this, or perhaps in the afterlife we can sit down and work out the smaller details, but I want no-one other than Shakespeare himself to write my biography.

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Perhaps it is the love I have for the that time period; perhaps it is the love I have for his work – the way he intertwines tragedy and bliss.  I simply love Shakespeare, a love affair which started in Grade 12, when Hamlet was enforced on us as prescribed reading.  I started reading grudgingly, but fell completely in love with the man’s talent.  One of my bucket list items is to, one day, read and own the complete set of Shakespeare’s works.  O my, how fantastic that would be!

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5 thoughts on “My Life, My Book

  1. Thanks for selecting mine as a ping back (hoping this doesn’t go into Spam)

    As I was reading yours, I thought also of Samuel Pepys.

  2. Have you seen the new movie “Much Ado About Nothing?” Pretty incredible! (I wasn’t so much entertained as I was amazed by the fact that I could follow what was going on. At first, I felt like the dialogue was in a foreign language, but the acting/intonation was SO contemporary that it didn’t take long for me get in sync with it). Most people I know would be bored with it, but you might love it.

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