1753 Companions
24 Accompanied
lono

What I am reading

the weird and highly subjective way I see it

Currently reading

Moby-Dick in Pictures: One Drawing for Every Page
Matt Kish
Progress: 70/600 pages
The Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo
Oscar Zeta Acosta, Manuel Acosta Sero, Hunter S. Thompson
Progress: 105/204 pages
Gulliver's Travels
Jonathan Swift, Robert DeMaria Jr.
Progress: 29/306 pages
Fifty Egg Timer Short Stories
Richard Bunning

Straight outta Stratford

 

Ladies and Gentlemen, that was a lot of Shakespeare during the last weeks.. maybe even a bit too much for my taste.

 

I have spent Christmas reading a lot of plays in which the protagonists in large part loose their minds and almost everyone dies in the end and I am happy to finally move on to reading something less depressing. Therefore I don’t want to go into detail here, so I give you the abbreviated version:

 

Macbeth (or should I say The Scottish Play) – great!
Julius Caesar – not so great..

Romeo and Juliet – quite good

Hamlet – I expected more

Othello – interesting and exciting

King Lear – that was a tough one