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Old 07-19-2014, 04:26 AM
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I loved the beginning, the Shakesperean tone is hillarious indeed! The whole piece lives from the contradiction between the unknightly behaviour of the protagonists and their knightly words.

However, if you want a critique, the fun wore off after a quarter of the text and it became a bit redundant.

Finally, as I'm not shy to blow my own fabulous horn, check out an extensive article I recently wrote about plot development in "Macbeth" (first article on my very new blog, complete with blood and an image of Shakespeare twittering and all):

[I just realized I can't post links yet, so check out the first and only post from the link in my signature, if thou wisheth!]
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