The Roughly Chronological Re-Read – a slight delay

Yes, this ought to be a post about Titus Andronicus, and it should have been up a couple of days ago. Alas, freelance life is doing its thing and I have a draft script that needs to be finished within the next few days, so the post is still in note form and likely to remain that way for the rest of the week. Expect it Sunday/Monday!

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4 responses to “The Roughly Chronological Re-Read – a slight delay

  • BeeDice

    You and me both! But I’m excited to finally sit down for an evening and re-read the whole thing. It’s been a while, and it’s quite something of a play for sure.

  • Pongo Literatii

    Even at a play-a-month it can be tricky (I’m still mulling over what to say about 1 HVI Act 3 after reading it twice), so no sweat. Still in awe of your ability to move on this at such a pace 🙂

  • BeeDice

    To be clear, I for one can’t wait to discuss this play. Hope the post goes up soon!

  • BeeDice

    Binged Titus Andronicus last night, can’t wait to write up my thoughts! I hope that’ll get done today. When is the Richard III post going up? Are we going to try to snap back to a Monday schedule? Or will the posts just go up as you have time? I’m asking since it’s been quiet here for a while, but I want to make it clear that, at least as for me, there’s a flurry of activity and excitement surrounding this project! Although, 5 weeks of apprentice plays and another 4 upcoming makes me itch for the lyricism of Richard II, Romeo & Juliet, Juliet Caesar… plus, if Bloom is correct, Love’s Labour’s Lost’s feast of language should be very interesting. But another Henry VI play? Lord help me haha.

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