drinkingthesea wrote:Shakespeare wrote plays, not books. They are not the same thing. The script of a play is just the blueprint for the performance. It is not intended to be read like a book. This shirt, IMO, is off-topic.
So... I hate to be literal here, but when you read one of Shakespeare's plays, what's it in?
Also, if I take Lord of the Flies and do a public reading: changing my voice and delivery with each character all while moving in ways as to act out what the boys on the island are doing has Mr. Golding's work ceased to be a novel?
Maybe you should read more books before you post on internet forums. Just a thought.