Love's Labour Lost - William Shakespeare - A Short Summary and Review

A short summary of the play Love's Labour Lost:

A love affair of wit.

My favorite William Shakespeare quote from the play:

"A jest's popularity lies in the ear of him that hears it, never in the tongue of him that makes it."

Questions to ponder while reading the play:

How do you feel about chastity?

Have you ever made a promise you couldn't keep?

My review of  Love's Labour Lost:

Once again, I wish I had Sir William's wit.

Puns are always fun.

Why are love and study considered incompatible?


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