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This is my second favorite Shakespeare so far. It's not as good as "A Midsummer's Night's Dream", but at least it's somewhat amusing. However, like all Shakespeare it is not original. In truth, the plot reminds me of something you'd see in a kids "made for TV" movie. Of course, Shakespeare never claimed to make up his stories. I listened to this play instead of reading it. It made it a little hard to follow, at least at first. However, it made it a little easier to understand why some people rave about Shakespeare. The coarse jokes really stand out when they're the main parts of speech you understand. Actually, it sorta worried me. Most of Shakespearian language is totally outdated. However, many of the jokes were of the type you might here middle school students telling, at least the ones who don't cuss. Why is it, of all the things we've kept from so long ago, dirty jokes come through the least changed?