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    Daniel, I have not done it myself but I recommend...

    Daniel, I have not done it myself but I recommend going on google and typing in, "How to get published" or "How to get published in America."

    I live in Canada, and typing one of the above takes me...
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    Well, Neville, just how good are your friends at...

    Well, Neville, just how good are your friends at editing?

    It might be that you wrote the story well and that your choice of multiple points of view actually work, but you're friends might not...
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    Behind every successful man is a woman. Behind...

    Behind every successful man is a woman. Behind her is his wife.
    --Oscar Wilde

    Into what dangers would you lead me, Cassius,
    That you would have me seek into myself
    For that which is not in...
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    I think Einstein may have been saying a number of...

    I think Einstein may have been saying a number of things:

    1) you have to be a revolutionary thinker and not be confined by what others deem possible or impossible.

    2) maybe he was saying that...
  5. That's a good question FoghornBellows. I...

    That's a good question FoghornBellows.

    I also had trouble with analyzing and critiquing literature when I first started out but then by practice I grew better at it. I had bought some books on...
  6. I'd say when the tears start flowing it's time to...

    I'd say when the tears start flowing it's time to stop reading.

    I've had to read some books for university where I was so frustrated by what I was reading that I just wanted to tear the book in...
  7. Ever read those long lists of recommended books...

    Ever read those long lists of recommended books near the back of a novel?

    These are especially prominent at the ends of classic novels where they'll list other classic works, and for some reason I...
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    Yes, I agree But readers will always compare...

    Yes, I agree But readers will always compare Paradise Regained to Paradise Lost because it is a sequel, if only in spirit. But Samson Agonistes is a damn cool work and one of Milton's best, and I...
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    When is it due?

    When is it due?
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    I couldn't have put it any better Neely. But...

    I couldn't have put it any better Neely. But Samson Agonistes is a closet drama, like a play which is never meant to be acted out. Paradise Lost is a poem and is therefore free to soar above the...
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    I also love Iago but there's some others I have...

    I also love Iago but there's some others I have to give respect to.

    Aaron from Titus Andronicus is very devious, and so is Queen Tamora. Their evil deeds make you sick just thinking about them:...
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    I'd say the easiest is along the lines of Romeo...

    I'd say the easiest is along the lines of Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, Macbeth, and Julius Caesar.

    Among the hardest I'd rank Coriolanus and Hamlet, the former because of the thickness of the...
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    Methinks someone needs help writing an essay. ...

    Methinks someone needs help writing an essay. Then again, methinks a lot of things.
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    That's it! No one's standing up for Cymbeline,...

    That's it! No one's standing up for Cymbeline, one of Shakespeare's most underrated plays.

    So, just to show you what you're missing if you haven't read it yet, I'll post these awesome quotes in...
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    Vladimir, I think a great place to start would be...

    Vladimir, I think a great place to start would be Julius Caesar for a few reasons: it's one of Shakespeare's greatest plays but the language isn't as heavy or complex as something like Hamlet.
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    To Manichaean: "Indulge me if I play the...

    To Manichaean:

    "Indulge me if I play the Devils Advocate.
    1. Is the subject not too dark-skinned and foreign looking to be an English indigine of the time. Perhaps Italian or Jewish?"

    Sure...
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    But there are some obvious problems with the...

    But there are some obvious problems with the "Italian Shakespeare" theory which no one seems to be pointing out:

    1) "At 16 gratueted at "Gimnasium" in latin, greek and history." If Shakespeare...
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    Though manufacturing is Ontario's primary sector,...

    Though manufacturing is Ontario's primary sector, a lot of economists and politicians don't agree with Canada bailing out the American auto industry with billions in loans. It doesn't matter what...
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    They were friends and rivals, so they knew each...

    They were friends and rivals, so they knew each other.
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    Oh sorry about the link. It used to work when I...

    Oh sorry about the link. It used to work when I was still in university because our university paid for that website. And I understand what you're saying Gladys: Macbeth is a hero before the...
  21. How could you make a movie of a book that's well...

    How could you make a movie of a book that's well over a thousand pages long? I'm sure some parts get lost....
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    Well, I'm not sure about the treasure bit, but...

    Well, I'm not sure about the treasure bit, but there's one book about revenge which is quite famous (and it has to do with ships and the sea). I think it's called Moby Dick :p

    But as for...
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    Oh I understand that apple was a generic term for...

    Oh I understand that apple was a generic term for a variety of fruit, but that doesn't mean that everyone believed that the Tree of Knowledge bore apples. Sorry, I should have said that Milton...
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    That's the one I got an love. And it's big and...

    That's the one I got an love. And it's big and green like the Incredible Hulk.
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    How can we gauge Shakespeare's greatness? Easy,...

    How can we gauge Shakespeare's greatness? Easy, we look at what other writers thought of him. John Milton, one of the greatest poets in history, called Shakespeare great and wrote a sonnet (a...
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