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Re: another... sigismund

Posted by obsidian on August 15, 2010, at 10:18:28

In reply to Re: another..., posted by sigismund on August 14, 2010, at 19:04:36

> Did you study this at school? It's a good place to learn it.
> I did King Lear and it was the best thing about my education.
> My King Lear teacher was a man at the end of his life, unhappy, brilliant and alcoholic.
> He was wonderful.
> My son's King Lear teacher was the first woman to be admitted to Engineering in our state.
> She was optimistic and rational and quite unsuitable to teach it, and she returned the favour by saying that it was a terrible play to teach kids.
> When we went to the teacher parent meetings everyone would say 'Don't talk about King Lear', but before too long my son would crack and he'd say to the teacher 'My father thinks it's the best thing ever written'.

your son sounds like fun :-)
I didn't study Emily Dickinson. I don't really remember what I studied in English class. She's just one of the interesting ones when I search around.




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