The Ides of March (Madness): Shakespeare’s Sweet Sixteen

March Madness is in the air, and you know what that means: it’s time to get your brackets in order. Last year, you voted, and To Kill a Mockingbird won the literary bracket. This year, Shmoop’s bracket is all Shakespeare all the time.

Vote for your favorite Shakespeare plays below, and alloweth the best sir to winneth! Or something.

Check back in next week to see who advanced to the next round.

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8 thoughts on “The Ides of March (Madness): Shakespeare’s Sweet Sixteen

  1. tim says:

    A Comedy of Errors is one of the funnies books ever written. I am so disappointed in the lack of intelligence demonstrated by my fellow Smoopers in voting against it; they must have never read it!

  2. Reblogged this on Thought and Shared and commented:
    If you are a Shakespeare fan like me, don’t be afraid to vote in shmoop’s literary bracket! If it was me, I’d go cuckoo and press all of them(okay, I got Romeo and Juliet, but what gives?).

  3. When I was little, my teachers answered questions such as “how long does this paper have to be?” with quotations from Shakespeare: “as long as men can breathe or eyes can see.” Or: “When will we get back this paper?”
    “When icicles hang by the wall, and Dick the shepherd blows his nail.”

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