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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    What do you mean by that?
    Out of all the Shakespeare plays, INTPs seem to relate story and character wise the most to Hamlet out of any other play. INTPc had a poll about it. Hamlet also seems to exhibit archetypal functions found in INTPs. (A tragic fall of a great philosophical mind iconoclastic to those around him and sets things right without giving a damn.) An antihero if you will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tenINsFJ View Post
    I guess no one liked Macbeth? I really liked that one a lot.
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    I don't know that there's much I dislike, but Taming of the Shrew is a personal fave.

    Reason: hard to qualify since it's been so long. I'd have to reread for specific choice passages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    Out of all the Shakespeare plays, INTPs seem to relate story and character wise the most to Hamlet out of any other play. INTPc had a poll about it. Hamlet also seems to exhibit archetypal functions found in INTPs. (A tragic fall of a great philosophical mind iconoclastic to those around him and sets things right without giving a damn.) An antihero if you will.
    I thought Hamlet was INFP? Not that I'm complaining.


    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    I don't know that there's much I dislike, but Taming of the Shrew is a personal fave.

    Reason: hard to qualify since it's been so long. I'd have to reread for specific choice passages.
    There's some cringe-making sexist shit in there.
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    I see something in most the ones I've read.

    I saw Titus Andronicus at the globe theatre when I was in london, and that was pretty awesome. Never seen so many decapitated and dismembered bodies on a stage . And the bodies only got removed as part of scenes, they never ended scenes and walked off or vanished. I've heard reading it doesn't give that much pleasure though, because its lines are quite simple and it is more about the revenge and the gore. Didn't know anything about it before I saw it either. There was a lot of, "s**t, he just decapitated him" moments. And thinking, "can't someone from this scene walk off the stage rather than be removed in pieces.", hehe.
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    Well, sorry to be predictable but I can only really read his 'tragedies'. His "Comedies" I find illogical for the most part, maybe it is just me . His ''histories'' have so much bias that one can't take them serious.

    Anyway, Hamlet or King Lear for my favourite.
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    I have to be unoriginal and claim Hamlet as well, with Macbeth as runner up.
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