Undergraduate Conference, Spring
Quarter 2009, 2635 South Hall.
One of our former English majors, Max Gutmann '87, has published
twelve post cards from his hilarious set of Limerick synopses of
the complete dramatic works of Shakespeare (yes, all of them). A
Here's the question: to be or to not?
Is it nobler to suffer or rot?
For time's whips and time's scorn
Are too great to be born.
On the other hand, death's not so hot.
Scholar Stephen Greenblatt on the Colbert Report, discussing Obama,
McCain and Palin & Shakespearean parallels
take on A Midsummer Night's dream
Versions of Hamlet's "To be or not
- Patrick Stuart on Sesame Street: Soliloquy
on B (Hamlet for kids).
- from Last Action Hero: a boy in English class
is watching the Oliver Hamlet, when he suddenly slips into a fantasy
of how Arnold Schwarzenegger would play the role of Hamlet: "not
Simpsons Hamlet (in a nutshell)