You thought I was going to forget again, didn’t you?
You can admit it, it’s ok. I am posting later than usual. Blackout (by Mira Grant) got very good, and took up a good chunk of my day. The other half of my day was taken up by playing WoW. It was a really great relaxing day.
Day Seven: A Book That You Can Quote/Recite?
These questions are not easy. I had to actually ask my husband if I recite books at all, because I didn’t think I did. He confirmed that no, I don’t. I honestly think part of it is the Fibro. I don’t retain little things like I used to, so I don’t quote books. Or movies. And I pretty much flub my way through songs when I am singing along to the radio. It is quite entertaining. But, as usual, I digress. I did think of one book that I know pretty much inside and out…
I blame drama class. And Lit English. In Canadian High School, our Shakespeare study goes: Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet. One a year from Grade 9 (S1) until Grade 12 (S4). I was one of the few kids in my English class who understood Shakespeare. I didn’t love it, but I was a sucker for Romeo and Juliet because it was a love story. And what teenage girl doesn’t love a good love story? It is the only book I can think of that I still know a lot of quotes to. Unless you count libretto. And somehow I doubt we are counting libretto. Althouth this is not technically a book either. It is a play. But shhhh. I won’t tell if you won’t.
Do you have any books you can recite? Any books you quote endlessly to the chagrin of those around you?