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  1. For never was a story of more woe … After Hamlet I tackled Romeo an Juliet, first read by Richard Armitage (the Hewson novel, nice twist in the tale, btw.) and now the BBC version with Ian McKellen. I love the mature McKellen but Romeo will now forever live in my mind as a young sop.
    BTW: Great reflections, confusing, but very appealing.

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