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Shakespeare’s plays honestly retitled for the sake of clarity [10 pictures]

August 23, 2012 | By Abraham | 2 comments

The site Better Book Titles has undertaken the considerable task of providing new titles for both classic and popular books so that the reading public can know at the outset what they’re getting into. It’s a funny site and you should check it out.

Here are some of their helpful updates to Shakespeare’s all-too-obtusely-titled plays…

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

All’s Well That Ends Well

As You Like It

King Lear

Macbeth

Measure for Measure

Much Ado About Nothing

Othello

Romeo and Juliet

Titus Andronicus

(via Literodditi)

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