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All's Well That Ends Well 23
As You Like It 22
The Comedy of Errors 11
Cymbeline 27
Loves Labours Lost 9
Measure for Measure 17
The Merry Wives of Windsor 23
The Merchant of Venice 19
A Midsummer Night's Dream 9
Much Ado About Nothing 17
Pericles, Prince of Tyre 20
The Taming of the Shrew 14
The Tempest 9
Troilus and Cressida 24
Twelfth Night 18
Two Gentlemen of Verona 20
Winter's Tale 14
King Henry IV Part I 18
King Henry IV Part II 19
King Henry V 28
King Henry VI Part I 27
King Henry VI Part II 24
King Henry VI Part III 28
King Henry VIII 18
King John 16
King Richard II 19
King Richard III 25
Antony and Cleopatra 42
Coriolanus 29
Hamlet 20
Julius Caesar 18
King Lear 26
Macbeth 28
Othello 15
Romeo and Juliet 26
Timon of Athens 17
Titus Andronicus 14
753

That's 753 days - a little more than two years. If you spend a little time every day reading a scene from Shakespeare you will have all the plays read in a little more than two years.

My plan is to set up a schedule. I don't want all the comedies followed by all the histories followed by all the tragedies. I'm going to mix it up for fun.

Any ideas on order? Monica?

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beautifeygirl88 From: beautifeygirl88 Date: le 30 avril 2007 06:57 (UTC) (Lien)
Hmm that's really interesting!

I have no idea about order...Just that I would read Henry VI Part 1, 2, then 3, then Richard III in that order.

I think I'd start with something like Antony and Cleopatra, then move to Much Ado, then choose a history. I really don't know. :-)
gordond From: gordond Date: le 30 avril 2007 07:12 (UTC) (Lien)
Great ideas!

I love the way you think. Brilliant!
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