(Hamlet page created by the very clever Sarah Schmelling.)
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These are hilarious. I fear for my work ethic when I see things like this…because of course, it's tempting to think of other plays, novels, epic poems, whatever.
So much fun. In my son's 7th grade social studies class, they had a similar assignment: create a Facebook page for a Renaissance figure, complete with a conversation between that person and another notable of the time, plus their list of friends. Very fun. The kids went to down
I love this! Wonder if anyone will get round to a Midsummer Night's Dream, or are some things un-facebookable?
Ha! So stinkin' clever!
Now I only need add S. Schmelling's too too funny take to Kenneth Branaugh's brilliant classical turn and Ethan Hawke's more modern of versions to my forever favorite of Mr. Shakespeare's works 🙂
this is just too funny – genuis! I had to re-blog it 🙂