“Love’s Labour’s Lost” By William Shakespeare Review

A well-intentioned king vows to forego all fleshly delights, setting the stage for romantic hijinks. Ferdinand, the king of Navarre, insists that his court join him in a pledge to undertake a strict regimen of study and celibacy. The grudging compliance of three noblemen is sorely tested — as is the king’s own resolve — with the arrival of a French princess and a trio of comedy attendants.

To be fully honest here I cared very little about this play just because in my opinion it wasn’t worth remembering.

The plot in thus poem wasn’t the best. It might be because of the ageing process or that I’m very picky about things what I like.

The Sex jokes together with pedant mockery really made me dislike this play and it really made me want to DNF this play very fast which I didn’t but looking back at it I don’t know why I didn’t DNF it.

The characters here are very flat and uninteresting and they really made me want to stab myself in the eye with something. 

This play in my opinion is very flat and boring because. Because there are a lot of things which pissed me off because of the many sex jokes in this play. 

I Give Play 2 / 5

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