Shakespeare In 5: Love’s Labours Lost

First things first, I want to remind everyone that because William Shakespeare was English, he didn’t use American spelling in his works.  This explains why the letter U appears in the word Labours in the title of his play Love’s Labours Lost.  Shakespeare In 5.  Now that we’ve gotten that settled and out of the way, let’s see what this week’s Literary Schrödinger Equation has to offer readers.


These delightful and informative Shakespeare In 5 entries are the sort of overviews literature buffs or Shakespeare aficionados and everyday people love to share with friends, family, and foes.  Be sure to keep the circle of giving going by sharing Shakespeare In 5 with everyone you meet online.  They’ll appreciate you for thinking of them, and so will I.

If you aren’t already following me on social media, here are some links to make that happen for you, and see you next week!

Elyse Bruce
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E.B. Taylor
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