Stratford-u-Avon

25 Nov 2013: Here's the place where we got to see Shakespeare's home town. And the statue to tell us that we were at the right place. We were going to have a walking tour in this town.

If you had studied Shakespeare's literary works, you would understand the meaning behind each statement. As for me, I only knew, "Hamlet" and "As You Like it"..

I studied these two literary books of Shakespeare for my STPM which I took privately when I first became a qualified teacher. I studied privately through post from the Cambridge College in Singapore.

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  1. Think i study Shakespeare literary book before when i was in school...

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  2. Interesting place here... I only studied Literature in Form 4 and 5... very tough subject for me... :)

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  3. Um, I don't really like literature....didn't even like the Chinese literature so not much on English one, but I do impress of his beauty of his literary!!! =]

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  4. after seeing the photos of the quotes you taken at all four sides, now i think this statue is kind of interesting.. all four sides carved with dialogues from Shakespeare's famous literature.. i've heard of Hamlet and Twelfth Night, not the other one..

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    1. and i don't think i studied any Shakespeare before, haha~~ :p

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  5. I dont really read Shakespeare. Lol. I go dizzy reading it. Haha

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  6. I thought that town is called Stratford-Upon-Avon. Is that a British way of short form?

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  7. I really had a hard time reading literature during secondary school and tore my hair out!!!
    I knew that I could not study law since literature was not my cup of tea. i salute those who really love old literature books! Faintz!..... LOL

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  8. This is quite interesting...

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  9. Wow, this really brought back memories. I went there more than 10 years ago. I can only digest Shakespeare works not in their original form poem but in stories form.

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  10. I studied one of his literature book in my secondary school..forgot the title of the book..I never finished reading it because my English was poor then..

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  11. Hmm, I don't know much about Shakespeare, but I do know he is very famous!

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    1. Though I don't know much about him, I'll still take lots of photos if I were there ;)

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  12. I studied Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and The Merchant of Venice when I was in secondary school. If I have a chance I would love to visit his home town too.

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  13. I used to love literature when i was in secondary one but when i went to secondary three i chose geography instead

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